Data from tools like HESI can provide a wealth of insights on individual student and cohort performance. While this data is valuable, the real change happens when you are able to turn information into actionable insights. But how do you get that information to begin with? The first step is asking the right questions.
The following types of questions, for example, can help guide your efforts in gathering meaningful data:
- In which areas do students not demonstrate competence?
- How do these results compare to previous years?
- How are students performing when it comes to competencies such as QSEN, NCLEX client needs, and NLN standards?
Hear educator Barb Schreiner reveal how the detailed data reporting and interactive dashboards in the next generation of HESI can provide answers to these and many more questions, so you can turn insights into action.