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Enhancing Educators’ Skills for Promoting Critical Thinking in Their Classroom Discourses: A Randomized Control TrialDownload
The literature reveals that educators find it challenging to foster critical thinking (CT) in their students if they have not learned how to use CT in their educational system or training. This paper reports findings from a national research project that was undertaken to enhance the educators’...
Nurse Educators Preparing for the Use of High-fidelity Human Patient Simulation: A Process of Finding Their WayDownload
Over the past decade in particular, high-fidelity simulation technology has been readily embraced and is increasingly expanding as an innovative approach to the teaching and learning process involved in preparing nursing students for the clinical setting. To date, there are no studies that...
SSHRC IDG Awarded 2018: This study applies social learning theory to case studies of nursing students to identify what, in both theoretical and clinical courses, perpetuates negative social stereotypes about aging and older people. Our goal is to craft opportunities for thoughtful interventions...
Automated essay scoring (AES) is a developing technology that is increasingly recognized as a potential strategy for managing the challenges associated with testing and scoring written assessments. The importance of using open-ended writing assessments to facilitate higher-level thinking,...