Abstract—Clinical simulation-based education can create a
specific learning environment to ensure healthcare or nursing
students to manage experiential learning by reinforcing their
clinical skills through different levels of competency. This
educational technology offers new avenues for supporting
nursing students to experience high-fidelity simulation with
lived experience on scenario-based clinical skill training that
provides the better ways to support the nursing education. The
use of simulation-based training needs to strengthen up
students’ clinical skills and practices in a more meaningful
learning experience by using my newly inventive Simulation
Evaluation Rubrics (SER). This paper illustrates this newly
formed inventive SER by adopting Tanner’s Clinical Judgment
Model, combined with the constructed concept of ‘Knowledge
About knowledge’ as a basis to specifically designed for the
proposed conceptual model of inventive SER, which is used for
capturing the effectiveness of clinical learning by monitoring the
progress and benchmarking of performance outcomes, as well as
providing invaluable informative feedback for further
improvements on the students’ competencies of nursing practice
from the simulation-based clinical skill training.
Index Terms—Promote effectiveness of clinical learning, simulation-based clinical skill training, simulation evaluation rubrics.
Alice M. L. Li is with HKU SPACE, Hong Kong (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Cite: Alice M. L. Li, "Simulation-Based Clinical Skill Training to Promote Effective Clinical Learning with Simulation Evaluation Rubrics in Nursing Education," International Journal of Information and Education Technology vol. 6, no. 3, pp. 237-242, 2016.