Journal of Nursing Education

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One-Minute Paper

Mark J. Fisher, MS, RN

Abstract

One-Minute Paper

Learner evaluation of a large group of students in a lecture setting rarely provides a benefit for those enrolled at the time. Summative assessment of instructional success tends to benefit future students by bringing about changes the next time the course is taught. One solution to formative evaluation aimed at a current cohort of students is the “one-minute paper.” The goal of the one minute paper is to assess students’ reactions to and understanding of the instructional material presented or discussed (Draper, 2005; Ross, 1988; Ross & angelo, 2001). This teaching tool can be used to help nurse educators assess students’ understanding in classroom, laboratory, and clinical settings. [more...]

Abstract

One-Minute Paper

Learner evaluation of a large group of students in a lecture setting rarely provides a benefit for those enrolled at the time. Summative assessment of instructional success tends to benefit future students by bringing about changes the next time the course is taught. One solution to formative evaluation aimed at a current cohort of students is the “one-minute paper.” The goal of the one minute paper is to assess students’ reactions to and understanding of the instructional material presented or discussed (Draper, 2005; Ross, 1988; Ross & angelo, 2001). This teaching tool can be used to help nurse educators assess students’ understanding in classroom, laboratory, and clinical settings. [more...]

One-Minute Paper

Learner evaluation of a large group of students in a lecture setting rarely provides a benefit for those enrolled at the time. Summative assessment of instructional success tends to benefit future students by bringing about changes the next time the course is taught. One solution to formative evaluation aimed at a current cohort of students is the “one-minute paper.” The goal of the one minute paper is to assess students’ reactions to and understanding of the instructional material presented or discussed (Draper, 2005; Ross, 1988; Ross & angelo, 2001). This teaching tool can be used to help nurse educators assess students’ understanding in classroom, laboratory, and clinical settings. [more...]

10.3928/01484834-20060701-10

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