REV_NR500_Wk5Assignment_Area of Interest PPT_Guidelines and Rubric_May2018_JCJ.docx

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Speaker Notes In a discussion, provide evidence this is a common issue/concern in your area of interest. Also, provide evidence to support your selected recommendation for change. Support with scholarly literature. Factors Influencing Change (2 slides) 17 10% Slide Identify factors that might influence the recommended change. Identify at least two (2) internal factors that have the potential to influence the change. Identify at least two (2) external factors that have the potential to influence the change. Speaker Notes Provide a discussion on the internal and external factors that have the potential to influence the recommended change. Support with scholarly literature. NR500 Guidelines & Rubric.docx_12.11.2017(JC) 3
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Chamberlain College of Nursing NR500 AACN MSN Essentials (2 slides) 26 15% Identify two (2) AACN Master’s Essentials that address or support an evidence-based project related to your area of interest. Speaker Notes Explain how the two (2) selected AACN Master’s Essentials address or support an evidence-based project related to your area of interest. Use scholarly literature to support. Conclusion (1 slide) 9 5% Slide Identify key information presented in PowerPoint presentation. Speaker Notes Summarize key information presented in PowerPoint presentation. APA Format 9 5% Ideas and information that come from scholarly sources must be cited and referenced correctly. In-text citations must be used and may be provided on the slide or within the speaker notes. Slides, speaker notes, and references are consistent with APA 6th edition format. A minimum of four (4) scholarly references are used. Presentation of Slides 9 5% PowerPoint presentation includes title slide, 12 content slides, reference slide(s). Presentation of slides are professional in appearance and tone. Balance among space, words and graphics, and color is effective. Writing Mechanics 9 5% Rules of grammar, spelling, word usage, and punctuation are followed and consistent with formal written work as found in the 6th edition of the APA manual. Total 175 100 A quality assessment will meet or exceed all the above requirements. NR500 Guidelines & Rubric.docx_12.11.2017(JC) 4
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Chamberlain College of Nursing NR500 G RADING R UBRIC Assessment Criteria Exceptional (100%) Outstanding or highest level of performance Exceeds (88%) Very good or high level of performance Meets (80%) Competent or satisfactory level of performance Needs Improvement (38%) Poor or failing level of performance Developing (0) Unsatisfactory level of performance Content Possible Points = 148 Points Introduction 9 Points 8 Points 7 Points 3 Points 0 Points Presentation of information is concise and includes the following elements: Slide Identifies key concepts that will be presented Identifies sections of the PowerPoint presentation Speaker Notes Provides general Presentation of information is superficial in places and includes all of the following elements: Slide Identifies key concepts that will be presented Identifies sections of the PowerPoint presentation Speaker Notes Presentation of information is minimally demonstrated and includes all of the following elements: Slide
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