Preparing for NGN Video Series: How to Write Drag & Drop Items
As we approach the launch of the Next Generation NCLEX, Kaplan understands that nursing educators need increased support and innovative resources so that they can prepare their students for the rigors of the exam. To this end, we are excited to share a new series of videos, prepared by educators for educators, around all things NextGen NCLEX. In our first series of how-to videos, our curriculum experts will walk you through the process of item writing for NGN. In the Spring/Summer, we will then tackle practical tips and tricks for developing clinical judgment skills and finally, in the Fall, our team will examine how virtual simulation can help your students prepare for NGN, as well as be equipped with the skills and aptitudes they will need in an increasingly digital world. This week, we are proud to share the video, "Preparing for the Next Generation NCLEX: How to Write Drag & Drop Items" with Rebecca Potter RN, MSN/ED, MSIDT, PhD(c) , Director, Nursing Content & Curriculum.
By the end of this presentation the learner will understand more about:
- Types of Drag and Drop questions
* Cloze (drag & drop)
* Drag & Drop Rationale
- Examples of each type of drag & drop question
- Item Writing tips and tricks
Stay tuned for more Kaplan Nursing Next Generation NCLEX videos coming soon!
And learn more about Kaplan's NextGen Educator Resources on our website.
- WHITE PAPER: Creating Next Generation NCLEX® Test Items to Ensure the Success of the Nursing Workforce
As a Kaplan Nursing curriculum specialist and content manager Rebecca is uniquely positioned to utilize both her education and years of experience to deliver quality resources. Along with her degrees, she has certificates in online teaching and executive leadership and management. She is passionate about reducing learner and faculty anxiety with collaborative learning design and best practices. Her interests include the transformation of learning, leadership, and professional development. A member of The Society for Collegiate Leadership and Achievement, Association for Educational Communications and Technology, as well as Michigan Nursing Action Coalition she continues to mentor and collaborate with colleagues abroad.