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Discuss the 5 levels of learner evaluation and provide an example of each. There are five levels of learning evaluation: the needs assessment, process, outcomes, and impact. The five levels of learner evaluation as discussed by Bastable, (2013), are level 0 (needs assessment) which is learner’s dissatisfaction and readiness to learn, level 1 (initial process) , which is learner’s participation and satisfaction during intervention, level 2 (initial process), which is learner’s performance and satisfaction after intervention, level 3 (long-term process), which is learner’s performance and attitude in daily setting, and level 4 (ongoing process), which is learner’s maintaining performance and attitude. These 5 levels can explain how nursing students would start their process of evaluation and feedback during a nursing clinical environment setting.
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The learner evaluation tool is very helpful for when instructors need to do the assessment, process, outcomes, and impact. There are 5 different levels that are used to determine what the learners level is and if they are ready to learn. The first level is when you are figuring out their actual readiness to learn. The 2nd and 3rd levels are important because they help the preceptor or instructor to figure out and check the participants satisfaction and how well they are actually learning the project or assignment they are working on. The 4th level with is working to determine the performance that has occurred in the daily setting for this learner. The final level reviews the learners maintained performance and the completion of the activity.(Bastable, 2014).
These different levels of assessment can be done in the clinical setting. When the nursing students are new to the clinical sites the instructors can work from the beginning and determine if the students are ready to learn, and then once they start learning how well their performance is and then overall if they are able to apply what they have learned in the classroom and how well they are applying it from that into the clinical settings. At the end of the clinical term the overall progress from the start to the finish and where they have come from the start.
Bastable, S. (2014). Nurse as educator (4th ed.). Burlington, MA: Jones and Bartlett.
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The zero level of the learner evaluation is the needs assessment. Here the learner is evaluated regarding dissatisfaction and readiness to learn the information Bastable, 2014). An example of this level would be questionnaires or a structured interview to identify the learner’s needs (Grant, 2002). The level one evaluation is the learner’s participation and satisfaction during the actual intervention (initial process). How well did the learner participate and did the learner feel they got what they needed. Is the learner’s progress moving in a positive direction as planned. The second level focuses on the learner’s performance and satisfaction after the intervention. Was the learner able to sustain their performance after the initial process and again were the learner’s needs met. Level three focuses on the learner’s performance and attitude in the daily setting (Long term outcome). How well does the learner apply what has been learned and assimilate what they learned in day to day activities. Level four is the ongoing impact, and how the learner has maintained their performance and attitude. This level would evaluate the overall impact the learning has and if what was learned was maintained over time (Bastable, 2014). The evaluation process can focus on a particular education class or it can involve both the teaching process and the patient/student outcomes.
Bastable, S. B. (2014). Nurse as educator (4th ed.). Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett
Grant, J. (2002). Learning needs assessment: Assessing the need. British Medical Journal 324(7330). Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC64520…
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