The AACNs new Essentials (2021) moves curriculum development towards a competency-based model for skill acquisition. A competency-based approach to course engagement and student assessment will be presented. Recorded content discussions are an augmented video-recording alternative to traditional small-group discussion. They were incorporated into an online, graduate-level organizational management course to replace a discussion board assignment. Feedback on the new assignment indicated student satisfaction with recorded content discussions, citing usefulness in helping them apply course content to real-world organizational management problems and expressing their preference for recorded content discussions over traditional post/respond-to-post discussion board assignments.
Review principles of competency-based assessment. Apply concept of competency-based assessment to a recorded content discussion activity.
Todd E. Tussing, DNP, RN, CENP, NEA-BC, Assistant Clinical Professor, College of Nursing at The Ohio State University
Todd has over 35 years of nursing experience of which 30+ years have been in of leadership roles. He has held the titles of nurse manager, director, and administrative director in urban/rural hospitals as well as an academic medical center. Dr. Tussing originally was a diploma nurse. Following his BSN, Capital University, he obtained his MS and DNP from Wright State University. Dr. Tussing currently holds dual certifications in nursing administration. He has taught in an associate degree pre-licensure program, RN-BSN program, and a Master of Science program. He currently teaches in the Master of Healthcare Innovation program and DNP program at OSU College of Nursing. Courses he teaches include: Leadership, Health Policy, Quality Improvement, Best Practices in Organizational Operations, Organizational Culture, and Innovation in High Performing Organizations.
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