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  1. Scott,
    Thank you for this post! I am always looking for new methods/tools to create a more engaging classroom!

  2. Using rubricks is an essential part of the RNBS Program. We have found them to be very helpful, especially in eliminating any concern for grading being overly subjective when students need to see exactly why they received the grade they were given. We teach large courses in teams so having a grading rubric is also helpful in having some inter-rater reliability between faculty grading the same assignments. Essentially, everyone knows from the get-go what the assignment entails and what is being evaluated.

    We’re also using them for self-evaluation and peer-review, with good feedback from the students.We’re happy to share what we use if anyone is interested.

  3. The SON’s RNBS program uses a variety of rubrics across their courses ( 412, 410, 411, 424i/425i, 427 and 426A, as well as the transition courses. I imagine faculty would be willing to share rubrics and offer insights about use.

  4. Creative way to demonstrate learning of safe care practices and the “rule of 16″. Congrats for a job well done.

  5. It’s terrific to see examples of how our students are connecting with real challenges to improve health and health care.