Simulated Practice and Changes in Assessment: Nikki Welyczko

In this clip Nikki discusses the transformation of the student learning experience through the use of simulated practice and reflective self and peer assessment.  She uses simulations to integrate theory and practice, and skills can be developed in a safe environment which then can be transferred on the job. Nikki emphasises the benefits of experiential learning to developing critical thinking and quality of practice.

 

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Nikki Welyczko
Senior Lecturer
Teacher Fellow
Academic Lead – Adult Nursing
Programme Leader Bsc/PGCert Practice Education Programme
Programme Leader Post Graduate Certificate Higher Education with NMC RTQ
Acting Programme Leader BSc/PGCert Non-Medical Prescribing Programme

Health and Life Sciences
3.09 Edith Murphy House
De Montfort University, The Gateway, Leicester, LE1 9BH.
T: +44 (0)116 201 3898
E: nwelyczko@dmu.ac.uk
W: www.dmu.ac.uk/practiceeducation

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