Impact of Double Testing on Student Knowledge in a Professional Issues Course
Abbreviated Journal Title
J. Nurs. Educ.
Collaborative testing, allowing students to work together on the completion of an examination, is used in a wide variety of disciplines. This study examines the impact of this testing technique on knowledge of students in an undergraduate Health Care Issues, Policy and Economics course. Results indicate that although this approach does not increase student knowledge to a statistically significant level, it does increase individual student scores. This increase in examination scores may be of significance to the learner.
Journal of Nursing Education
"Impact of Double Testing on Student Knowledge in a Professional Issues Course" (2011). Faculty Bibliography 2010s. 1379.