From: Sarah Moseley
Sent: Friday, April 24, 2009 3:06 PM
To: Janice Thiel
Subject: Form Submission (Critical Thinking Activities & Reusable Learning
Critical Thinking Activities
& Reusable Learning Objects (RLOs)
Thank you for
submitting your Critical Thinking Activity/RLO idea. Please forward this
message and attach any supplemental files (e.g., Handouts, PowerPoints,
etc.) to Thiel.Janice@SPCollege.edu
Critical Thinking Activity/RLO:
Your Answer: 5 lead EKG tutorial
Briefly describe or summarize the Activity/RLO:
Your Answer: A multimedia self-paced tutorial for nursing students
wishing to enhance their understanding and practice 5 lead EKG electrode
- Select all that apply:
Your Answer: College of Nursing
the Major Learning Outcome(s) addressed by this Activity/RLO (from course
Your Answer: NUR 2731 MLO # 4. The student will demonstrate knowledge
of the principles involved in providing a physically and psychologically safe
and comfortable environment for clients
the Course Objective(s) addressed by this Activity/RLO (stated in
Your Answer: NUR 2731 Unit 5 Interpret selected cardiac dysrhythmias,
and summarize the characteristics of, treatment of, and clinical manifestations
associated with each type of dysrhythmia.
Activity/RLO - Select all that apply:
Your Answer: Individual, Small Group, Large Group
Time - How much
time does it take to conduct this Activity/RLO?
Your Answer: Portion of One Class
materials that are necessary to conduct this Activity/RLO:
Your Answer: Any related textbook could be used as a reference when
completing this tutorial.
Give detailed step-by-step instructions on how to conduct this
Your Answer: Access this web site. Take the quiz and write down your
score. Any section that you make less than 80%, please redo until you are
proficient at the 80% or greater level.
Resources, for example: Web address/URL, Handouts, PowerPoint, etc. Copy/Paste
URLs here. Later, when you receive your confirmation message, forward any
supplemental files to the QEP Director.
SPC established as its definition of critical thinking:
The active and systemic process of communication, problem solving, evaluation,
analysis, synthesis, and reflection, both individually and in community, to
foster understanding, support sound decision-making, and guide action.
Which aspect(s) of critical thinking does this
Activity/RLO address? - Select all that apply:
Your Answer: Problem-solving, Evaluation, Analysis, Reflection
How will this
improve our students’ ability to think critically?
Your Answer: Students will have to identify their weak areas of
anlayzing EKG rhythms. Students will have to evaluate their performance.
Students can reflect on their own learning and synthesis any new learning.
consulted the Activity/RLO Guidelines?
If you have any questions or comments
about this form, please contact Janice Thiel at Thiel.Janice@SPCollege.edu or call