Recognizing a preparation-to-practice gap, professional organizations called for a transformation from traditional lecture-based learning, focused on learning concepts, to experiential learning emphasizing competencies. American Association for Colleges of Nursing shared their 2019 vision on how nursing education needs to improve the quality of patient care, requiring a profound pivot in assessing and reporting learning outcomes. Comprehensive Learner Record (CLR) provides a holistic approach to assessment that tracks the achievement of competencies across learners’ experiences. In this session, learn about CLR in assessment and how the University of Rochester School of Nursing developed CLR while shifting to a competency-based curriculum during COVID-19.
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