Application of NursingApplication of NursingTheories in EvaluationTheories in EvaluationByByARUN,M.ARUN,M.
Evaluation:Evaluation:Evaluation is a device or procedure forEvaluation is a device or procedure forconfronting a subject with a standard set ofconfronting a subject with a standard set ofquestions or task to which student is to respondquestions or task to which student is to respondindependently and the result of which can beindependently and the result of which can betreated as a quantitative comparison of thetreated as a quantitative comparison of theperformance of different student.performance of different student.
Curriculum:Curriculum:A curriculum is an attempt to communicateA curriculum is an attempt to communicatethe essential principles and futures of anthe essential principles and futures of aneducational proposal in such a form that it iseducational proposal in such a form that it isopen to critical scrutiny and capable of effectiveopen to critical scrutiny and capable of effectivetranslation into practice.translation into practice.
• Evaluation is essential for sound educationalEvaluation is essential for sound educationaldecision making and to attain educational goal.decision making and to attain educational goal.• Evaluation appraises the status and changes ofEvaluation appraises the status and changes ofpupil behaviorspupil behaviors• Evaluation discloses pupils needs, Possibilities,Evaluation discloses pupils needs, Possibilities,strength, weakness and to suggest remedialstrength, weakness and to suggest remedialmeasure for solvation of problem.measure for solvation of problem.• Evaluation expands the concept of worthwhileEvaluation expands the concept of worthwhilegoals beyond pure achievement of the curriculumgoals beyond pure achievement of the curriculumand clarifies the aim of educationand clarifies the aim of education..Importance Of Evaluation InImportance Of Evaluation InNursingNursing
Importance of Curriculum inImportance of Curriculum inNursingNursing• Curriculum equips the pupils to have desirablebehavioral changes and cope with and handle lifesituation realistically, rationally without sacrificing thehuman principle.• It will create an atmosphere in which student willlearn to think and to meet the needs of student witha wide range of ability, aptitude and interest.• Develop the character and prepare the pupil forcitizenship in a democratic society
Application of Health Belief Model in Nursing EvaluationApplication of Health Belief Model in Nursing EvaluationIndividual perception Modifying factor Likelyhood actionDemographic variablesAge,sex,socio economic, friends,Peer groups ,role model,parents, stressful conditionEmotional disturbance.Perceived benefit•Job security•Get good Marriage partner•Maintaining dignity in society•No financial problemPerceived barriers•Night shift•Work over load•Negative imageStudents interest innursing educationLikelyhood actions•Percentage of students marks•Behavioral changes•Improvement in practical skillCue to action•Awards for appreciation•Stipend•Scholarship•Mass mediaPerceived susceptibilityto nursing education•Type of training•Service facilities•Job facilities
Application of Kenneys System Model in Nursing EvaluationApplication of Kenneys System Model in Nursing EvaluationInput Throughput OutputCurriculum &SyllabusExamsMethod of teachingCourse outlineEducational technologyUse of educationalTechnology•Test•Viva•Records & reports•AV aidsEducational Performance•Score percentage•Marks obtained•Behavioral changes•GradingSatisfaction withefficiency of curriculumFeedback
Application of Adaptation Model in Nursing EvaluationApplication of Adaptation Model in Nursing EvaluationIndividual factor•Early experiences about- Nursing•Family force•Poor coping•Intellectual capacityEnvironmental factor•Stress•High life change•Institutional adaptationMediating factorInstitutional & educationalPolicySocial supportAdaptive responseEducational performance•Increase % of marks•Behavioral changes•Improvement inpractical skillsEducational failure•Depression•Anxiety•Low self esteem•Low motivationlow perceived efficacyAdaptive Maladaptive