Key strategies for preparing your students for the Next Gen NCLEX®
Rhonda Lawes, PhD, RN
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As a nursing faculty member, you already know about the new NGN question formats. However, would you like to learn how to teach your students key strategies to help them succeed on these new types of questions? Let a veteran NCLEX® educator show you how you can best prepare your students for encountering case studies, bow-ties, and trend items. We are excited to invite you to an interactive and practical session that will equip you to prepare your students to face the NGN.
- Identify research-based teaching strategies to prepare students for NGN items, such as the Case Study, Bow-Tie, and Trend
- Discuss practical teaching tactics that can be applied in the classroom the very next day
- Create individualized plans for inegrating new teaching strategies into your curriculum
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