Ethics. Research. Community.

A humanistic-educative approach to evaluation in nursing education.

Nurse education today. 
22
(4): 
301-310; 
2002. 
(English). 
[Record Source: PubMed]
A continuing challenge for nurse educators is to create a learning environment in which students receive fair and timely evaluations. Traditional or behavioural evaluation methods have been criticized as being too limited. A humanistic-educative evaluation method is offered with its emancipation of faculty and students and emphasis on collaboration, caring, creativity, critical thinking and self-assessment. A teacher-student shared home visit for a Family Nursing clinical assignment is provided to illustrate this approach. The potential benefit of the method for developing self-directed and competent professional nurses is proposed.
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Record TypeJournal Article
Record Source Status
[MEDLINE]
FormatsPrint
DOI10.1054/nedt.2001.0707
ISSN0260-6917