Throughout the program the importance and the impact of student assessment has been emphasized. During the EDU 762 Assessment in E-learning course we developed a aspect of a course from objectives through the assessment of learning. Feedback is critical to student learning and performance. Graduates must possess a high level of skill and knowledge as they begin employment. Without useful feedback and evaluation, students may retain some knowledge, but may not be able to apply that knowledge in the real world. Education must be designed to provide authentic learning opportunities with clear, concise feedback provided by the educator.
In this section of the portfolio you will find three examples of assessment plans for nursing courses under development. The first example is a concept map that presents objectives, learning activities and assessments. The module is designed to improve the nursing student's digital fluency.
The second example uses Bloom's Digital Taxonomy to develop learning activities at higher levels of thinking. The table presented here shows activities to be included in the Digital Fluency module.
The third example is the rubric that accompanies the Digital Fluency module. The rubric provides a tool that supports consistency in assessing student work. If provided to the student at the beginning of the project, it serves as a guide to assist the student as they develop skills.