KNOW WHERE YOUR STUDENTS STAND EVERY DAY
Through continuous assessment and real-time reporting, SelfStudyPLUS for Nurse Anesthesia gives you an accurate view of your students knowledge as it develops, enabling a tracking of students progress not otherwise possible.
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Introducing SelfStudyPLUS for Nurse Anesthesia
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SelfStudyPLUS for Nurse Anesthesia
Click here to view our Program Directors Dashboard demo, using as your login, and "password" as the password. This demo consists of multiple pages, which can be accessed by clicking on each of the individual student names on the first page.
SelfStudyPLUS: PERSONALIZED LEARNING FOR YOUR STUDENTS
Strengthens students knowledge and retention with innovative technology based on education, cognitive psychology and neuroscience research
Provides over 1900 questions created by teaching physicians at top hospitals—via a fast, easy to use app
Promotes enjoyable learning with games and timed challenges: 20-, 60- and 120-minute practice tests
Fits learning into student's busy schedules; 2-3 minutes per question is all they need
SPECIAL RATES AVAILABLE FOR DEPARTMENTS
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THE SCIENCE BEHIND SELFSTUDYPLUS:
Individualized, Adaptive Learning
SelfStudyPLUS employs adaptive learning methodology to dynamically analyze your students’ strengths and weaknesses, providing them with a personalized learning path. This leads to improved performance and increased learning efficiency.
Using a technique called spaced repetition, SelfStudyPLUS automatically calculates how long it takes for students to forget something they’ve learned and repeats important concepts as needed. Repetitive storage and retrieval of information across neural networks over time improves long-term retention.
Scientific evidence suggests that testing is an important component of learning. Tests can enhance and alert memory, improving recall and promoting long-term retention. Emerging evidence from cognitive science strongly suggests that testing may be a very important component of learning. Tests, especially pretests, can enhance and alert memory.
SelfStudyPLUS presents information to students using an interleaving approach to learning, a technique now recognized as more effective than block learning for long-term retention.
Learn more about the science behind SelfStudyPLUS
ScientificAmerican.com: The Interleaving Effect: Mixing It Up Boosts Learning
The New York Times: Why Flunking Exams Is Actually a Good Thing
Anesthesia & Analgesia: Test-Enhanced Learning in Flipped Classroom