The impact of collaborative testing on content retention in baccalaureate nursing students
Amy Jane Witt, PhD, MSN, BSN; Julie Anne DeHaan, MSN, BSN; Bethany Joy Gerdin, PhD
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Collaborative testing could revolutionize nursing education by promoting genuine learning in nursing students, and foster characteristics of an effective nurse, such as communication, teamwork, and critical thinking. This testing method is relatively new, however, and limited data exists demonstrating the effectiveness of collaborative testing on content retention and student perception.
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