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Health Medical

NSG6102

South University-Savannah

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  • For evaluation, the types of test items to be used depend on the learning outcomes. Use your Test Blueprint for the test objectives/outcomes you plan to evaluate. Based on the learning outcomes stated in your Test Blueprint,
    • Select the type of test items that can be used to evaluate each of the learning outcomes.
    Provide the rationale for selecting each type of test items to be used to measure the learning outcomes, using APA guidelines


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NSG6102 Test Blueprint Name: Arlene Mande rs Date:4/ 3/2019 Learning Activity Goals: To create awareness among the newly diagnosed patients that there are complications which come as a result of diabetes mellitus type II. The class also intends to bring the previously diagnosed patients as well as the newly diagnosed ones up to speed with the best approaches taken to manage such complications. Learning Objectives Objective 1: Appendix A Bloom’s Taxonomy Bloom’s Taxonomy Bloom’s Taxonomy Bloom’s Taxonomy Bloom’s Taxonomy Bloom’s Taxonomy Cognitive Domain Cognitive Domain Cognitive Domain Cognitive Domain Cognitive Domain Cognitive Domain *Remembering *Understanding *Applying *Analyzing *Evaluating *Creating Formula to determine number of questions per domain: Formula to determine number of questions per domain: Formula to determine number of questions per domain: Formula to determine number of questions per domain: Formula to determine number of questions per domain: Formula to determine number of questions per domain: (. 25 to .35) x Total number questions for the objective (.25 to .30) x Total number questions for the objective (.20 to .30) x Total number questions for the objective (.10 to .20) x Total number questions for the objective .05 x Total number questions for the objective .05 x Total number questions for the objective 0.25x12=3 =3 Objective 2: Appendix A 0.25x12=3 =3 0.30x12=3.6 =4 0.30x12=3.6 =4 0.20x12=2.4 =2 or 3 =2 0.10x12=1.2 0.20x12=2.4 =2 or 3 =2 0.10x12=1.2 =1 =1 0.05x12=0.6 =1 0.05x12=0.6 =1 0.05x12=0.6 =1 0.05x12=0.6 =1 Total Number of Questions per objective to add up to the total number of questions on the test (50) 0.24x50= 12 =12 0.24x50= 12 =12 Percentage of Total (12/50)x100%=24% =24% (12/50)x100%=24% =24% NSG6102 Test Blueprint Objective 3: Appendix A 0.25x13=3 =3 Objective 4: Appendix A 0.25x13=3 =3 0.30x13=3.9 =4 0.30x13=3.9 =4 0.20x13=2.6 =3 0.20x13=2.6 =3 0.10x13=1.3 =1 0.10x13=1.3 =1 0.05x13=0.65 =1 0.05x13=0.65 =1 0.05x13=0.65 =1 0.05x13=0.65 =1 0.26x50= 13 =13 (13/50)x100%=26% =26% 0.26x50= 13 =13 (13/50)x100%=26% =26% 50 References Overbaugh, R.C., & Schultz, L. (n.d.). Bloom's taxonomy. Retrieved from http://ww2.odu.edu/educ/roverbau/Bloom/blooms_taxonomy.htm 100% NSG6102 Test Blueprint Appendix A Learning objectives 1. Learners/students or patients we educate will be able to describe the dynamics of diabetes mellitus type II. This includes the diagnosis and treatment as well as pathophysiology. 2. The learners/students or patients that we educate will be able to list at least three complications that may arise as a result of Diabetes type II. 3. Students/learners or the patients we educate will be able to have previously diagnosed patients to identify some of the complications they have experienced during treatment of their conditions. 4. The students/learners or even the patients that we educate will offer suggestions and illustrations of how these complications can be avoided and managed.
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