DNP 837 Grand Canyon Developing a Curriculum for the Nursing Residents PPT
Based on the feedback you have received from your instructor, compile the elements (outcomes, objectives, assessments, and resources) into a syllabus format appropriate for your curriculum unit. Craft a PowerPoint presentation (10-15 slides) that includes the following:
- A description of your overall design and development process, and how it reflects the needs assessment to support your students’ diverse learning needs.
- An explanation of how your formative and summative assessments were designed to evaluate learners’ performances, and how you can analyze performance data to further improve teaching and learning outcomes.
- A description of how you will apply evidence-based instructional strategies that are grounded in learning theory and will contribute to a positive learning environment and foster critical thinking.
- A description of a method you can employ to evaluate the effectiveness of the curriculum unit.
While APA style is not required for the body of this assignment, solid academic writing is expected, and documentation of sources should be presented using APA formatting guidelines, which can be found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.
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This benchmark assignment assesses the following programmatic competencies:
DNP Educational Leadership
6.1: Apply instructional strategies grounded in evidence-based practice and learning theory that meet the unique needs of learners, contribute to a positive learning environment, and foster critical thinking within various learning environments.
6.2: Design assessments to evaluate leaner performance and analyze performance data to improve teaching and learning outcomes.
6.3: Employ methods of curriculum design and development to support and improve learner and nursing program performance.