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Praise for the second edition: ""Both novices and experts will find this book an invaluable compendium of useful strategies"" -Suzanne P. Smith, EdD, RN, FAAN, Editor in Chief, The Journal of Nursing Administration The third edition of "Evaluation and Testing in Nursing Education" presents fundamental concepts of what constitutes reliable tools to use in measuring students' classroom and clinical performance. This award-winning book describes concepts of evaluation, measurement, and testing in nursing education; qualities of effective measurement instruments; how to write all types of test items and establish clinical performance parameters and benchmarks; and how to evaluate critical thinking in written assignments and clinical performance.
Table of Contents
|Basic Concepts||p. 1|
|Assessment and the Educational Process||p. 3|
|Qualities of Effective Assessment Procedures||p. 29|
|Classroom Testing||p. 55|
|Planning for Classroom Testing||p. 57|
|Selected-Response Test Items: True-False and Matching||p. 83|
|Selected-Response Test Items: Multiple-Choice and Multiple-Response||p. 95|
|Constructed-Response Test Items: Short Answer (Fill-in-the-Blank) and Essay||p. 117|
|Assessment of Higher Level Learning: Context-Dependent Item Sets and Other Assessment Methods||p. 139|
|Test Construction and Preparation of Students for Licensure and Certification Examinations||p. 167|
|Elements of Test Construction, Administration, and Analysis||p. 187|
|Assembling and Administering Tests||p. 189|
|Scoring and Analyzing Tests||p. 209|
|Written Assignments and Clinical Evaluation||p. 227|
|Assessment of Written Assignments||p. 229|
|Clinical Evaluation||p. 245|
|Clinical Evaluation Methods||p. 263|
|Issues Related to Testing, Grading, and Other Evaluation Concepts||p. 325|
|Social, Ethical, and Legal Issues||p. 327|
|Interpreting Test Scores||p. 343|
|Program Assessment||p. 387|
|Code of Fair Testing Practices in Education||p. 409|
|Code of Professional Responsibilities in Educational Measurement||p. 417|
|Standards for Teacher Competence in Educational Assessment of Students||p. 427|
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