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Assessment Begins with Student Preparation

CSUF Assessment Conference

Marsha Orr, MS, RN, Jo-Anne

André,

MSN, RN, Stephanie Vaughn, PhD, RN, CRRN, Peggy Luna, BSc

March 14, 2014

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Stephanie Vaughn, PhD,

RN, CRRN

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Three “P’s”

PreparationPassionPersistence

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Overview

AB 1295 (2010)Matriculation with area Associate Degree Nursing (ADN)One year curriculumInstitute of Medicine (IOM) report (2010)80% BSN by 2020SON - Curriculum revision (2010) – integrated American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) BSN Essentials; new Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs)Faculty Task ForceReviewed courses/essential elements integrated into other coursesNURS 302 deleted – time and stress management, APA, library search, computer skills, study skills, advisingIncorporate adult learning (Connor & Thielemann, 2013)

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Literature support:

Stress contributed to psychological distress & attrition in nursing students (Watson et al., 2008)Student success fostered by faculty & peer support; lack of time noted factor (Lee et al., 2013)Faculty mentoring & support enhance sense of “community” (Osterman et al., 2009; Shelton, 2003)

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Literature support:

Faculty support, advisement, & peers fostered student success (Robertson et al., 2010)Time management & writing skills essential factors for student success (Park et al., 2011)Persistence to graduation improved w/ peer connections & technology skills (Gilmore & Lyons, 2011)Technology proficiency essential (Connor & Thielemann, 2013)

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Advent of “Boot Camp”

Program overviewPeer supportFaculty mentoringAdvisingFT/PT study plansOn-line/webinar/face-to-face

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Boot camp (cont.)

Stress managementHR surveyTime managementProcrastination videoLibrary skillsSearchDatabasesAPA format/writingTitle pageReferencesTechnology/TITANiumAccessE-mail

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Jo-Anne

André,

MSN, RN

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Content: Stress

Definitions of StressHolmes Rahe Social Readjustment Scale Designed in 1957 and still being used for studies in 2013. Displays a correlation between life events( good or bad) with illnessAnother approach measures hassles and uplifts

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HOLMES RAHE SOCIAL READJUSTMENT SCALE

Event

Value

Death of spouse

100

Divorce

60

Menopause

60

Separation from living partner

60

Jail term or probation

60

Death of close family member other than spouse

60

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HOLMES RAHE SOCIAL READJUSTMENT SCALE

Changes in Residence 20

Moving to a New School 20

Vacation 13

Marriage 50

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STRESS

General Adaptation SyndromeALARM (Fight or Flight)RESISTANCE (Strive for Homeostasis)Restoration or Exhaustion ……Hans Selye

“Stress

is a state manifested by a specific syndrome which consists of all of the nonspecifically induced changes within the biological system”.

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Stress, Lazarus

Introduced the concept of Cognitive Appraisal Stress as a two-way processConsiders the implication:Harm-lossThreatChallenge

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TYPES OF RESPONSES

Can I manage it?Could I manage it if I had help?Is it just to much for me to deal with?What could I do differently?

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NEXT STEPS

Beginning to see that answers come from the groupStarting to learn that each student is responsible for their own learningBeginning to build the idea of learning communities

Built upon in next

Classes

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TIME MANAGEMENT

PROCRASTINATION_TALES OF MERE EXISTENCEhttp://youtu.be/4P785j15Tzk

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TIME MANAGEMENT CONTENT

Time Records- Where do you spend your time?Organizational PlannersPrioritizationGoals and ObjectivesSMART GoalsAcquaints them with another critical skill which will be followed-up In class

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Content Analysis of Stressors and Stress Reduction

Stressors: WorkSchoolLack of sleep, nutritious diet, exerciseTest Anxiety, Fear of Failure Stress Reduction:ExerciseSleepMeditationComfort FoodLong WalksBeing OutdoorsMANY SIMILARITIES AMONG STUDENTS

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LIBRARY SKILLS

How to Maximize the Results from your Library Searches, Data Bases, Specialty Guides

Evaluation of the Credibility of SourcesDoing a Sample Search TogetherUse knowledge in first paper in first course

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Peggy Bell Luna, BSc

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TITANium Orientation Course

Pre-Orientation:Access to System and ResourcesOnline Learning Self AssessmentPractice ActivitiesOrientation:Review and RemindPractice AssignmentsQuizzes and ExamsAfter Orientation:Continued Access and Ability to Practice

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Marsha Orr, MS,

RN

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Writing Skills

APA FormatTitle pageBodyReferencesPlagiarismTurnitin ResourceSocrative

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Results of the APA Pre-test

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Formative Assessment

Survey Monkey questionnaire

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Outcome: Student success – persistence to graduation!Three “P’s” have been successful; Additional interventions are being developed to promote/sustain student outcomes

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