Faculty STEP to improve thinking
Sally J. Vliem, PhD; Lisa Singleterry, PhD -- Bronson School of Nursing, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA
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A goal of faculty development is to enrich the work of nurse educators. A standardized testing education program (STEP) was initiated by faculty to improve the clinical judgement of nursing students. This program can serve as a guide for faculty who want to encourage higher level thinking in their students.
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