EVALUATION of Teaching-Learning
- Evaluation of Teaching
- Evaluation of Learning
Determine to what extent each objective was achieved;
Determine what the client has learned;
Determine the effectiveness of the nurse’s teaching.
Evaluation of TEACHING
- Assess the effectiveness of the teaching activities
- Decide which modifications, if any, are necessary
Activities evaluating teaching effectiveness
- Feedback from learner
- Feedback from colleagues
- Situational feedback
- Use of goals that are measurable and specific
- Use of NURSING CHECKLIST
NURSING CHECKLIST Evaluation of Teacher effectiveness
Was content presented clearly and at the client’s level of comprehension?
Was the presentation (session) interesting?
Did the nurse use a variety of teaching aids?
Were the teaching aids appropriate for the client and the content?
Was client participation encouraged?
Was the nurse supportive?
Did the nurse communicate an interest in the client and in the material?
Did the nurse give frequent feedback and allow for immediate return demonstration?
Evaluation of LEARNING
- Determine what the client has learned
Strategies/Techniques in evaluating:
- Return Demonstrations
- Written follow-up (i.e. – questionnaires)
• Does the client mention enough of what you are looking for to indicate learning? If not, is it because the client needs more education.
- Oral/Verbal questioning
• "Tell me what side effects you should watch for?"
• "What is the first thing you should do if your baby won’t stop crying?"
- Direct Observation
• Observe a client nursing her baby.
• Watch the wife change the husband’s dressing.
- Self-reports and self-monitoring
• "Bring your record of blood pressure readings."
• “When you come next time, tell me about your Alanon meeting."
NURSING CHECKLIST Evaluation of Learning
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