Foundations of Scenario Design and Curriculum Integration

3 contact hours*

 This course presents the process, educational theory, and simulation theory used to design simulation scenarios. The course will present a backward design approach to SLE development emphasizing using New Bloom’s Taxonomy to determine relevant learning outcomes. Criteria for determining what to simulate and developing a learning centered approach to sequencing and identifying other supporting learning activity will be discussed. Aligning SLE learning outcomes with course outcomes and overall curriculum will be considered. Participants will practice developing a scenario storyboard and also explore available scenario resources. This course is appropriate for all levels of simulation educators and a pre-requisite for attending the face-to-face simulation intensive.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Create a scenario blueprint integrating learning outcomes informed by New Bloom’s Taxonomy.
  2. Describe aspects of fidelity and realism to consider when designing simulation scenarios.
  3. Describe the educational principals used to integrate simulation into a curriculum.
  4. Critique 3 resources providing ready-made scenarios.

This course is free-of-charge for Oregon nurse faculty thanks to generous funding from worksystems,inc.

*This nursing continuing professional development activity was approved by the Oregon Nurses Association,
an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
Approval valid through 01/21/23
OCEAN ID #2021-02

Details
January 21, 2021 3:30 PM - January 21, 2021 6:30 PM
Virtual
Kelley Ilic
Oregon Center for Nursing
ilic@up.edu
503-342-4048
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