NCLEX® Program Reports

Professional Development Seminars

4001 - Systematic Assessment Program Design for Nursing Education

Prerequisites and Target Audience

There are no prerequisites to attend this seminar.

This web-based seminar is recommended for Deans and Program Directors who plan to lead their faculty in the development or revision of a systematic assessment program.

Purpose

The purpose of this course is to prepare deans and program directors to lead their faculty in the development or revision of a systematic assessment program.

Learning Outcomes

The objectives of the course are as follows. Upon seminar completion, participants will be able to:

  • Describe the aspects of a quality test.
  • Describe the 3 major assessment design approaches and the strengths and weaknesses of each.
  • Describe the major considerations when designing an assessment program.
  • Identify the major assessment policies & procedures and desirable attributes of each.
  • Identify the technological resources needed for an assessment program and describe major considerations in purchasing/using them.
  • Identify the types of training that faculty need to implement a successful assessment program.

Format

The NCLEX® Program Reports 4001 Seminar contains 3 hours of lecture, discussion, and learning activities. Participants are expected to independently complete a 30-minute end-of-course assessment immediately after the seminar concludes.

Continuing Education

3.5 contact hours are awarded through the Alabama Board of Nursing (Provider Number ABNP1516) to all individuals completing the seminar and the end-of-course assessment.

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Topics

The topics covered during the NCLEX® Program Reports 4001 Seminar are:

  1. Introduction
    1. Terms
    2. Relationship Assessment and Evaluation
    3. Assessment Objectives / Stakeholders
    4. Assessment Quality
      1. Validity
      2. Reliability
      3. Objectivity (linking/equating)
      4. Fairness
      5. Efficiency
  2. Program Design
    1. Traditional Design
    2. Evidence-Centered Design
    3. Integrated Multi-level Design (Miami-Dade)
  3. Considerations
    1. Cheating
    2. Adverse Impact
    3. Item Shelf Life
  4. Policies & Procedures
    1. Use of Tests
    2. Test Design Standards
    3. ADA
    4. Missed Test / Retest
    5. Cheating
    6. Proctoring
    7. Test Evaluation
  5. Technology Resources
    1. Item Banking / Test Publishing Software
      1. Integrated vs Separate from LMS
      2. Frameworks / Coding Items
    2. Test Administration
      1. Delivery Channels
      2. Proctoring Solutions
    3. Test Analysis
  6. Training Faculty
    1. Assessment Design
    2. Content Development
    3. Test Administration / Proctoring
    4. Test Analysis / Test Evaluation

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