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Course SummaryEnhance your ability to pass the Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) Examination by reviewing the short lessons in this study guide. Test your knowledge of topics you need to know for the exam by answering practice questions from our lesson quizzes, chapter exams and course assessment.
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About This Course
This Certified Nurse Educator Examination study guide provides an in-depth look at the topics you could see on the day of the exam. Developed by teachers for teachers, the entertaining video and text lessons in this course boost your confidence by refreshing your knowledge of important exam concepts. Get reacquainted with clinical teaching strategies, classroom technology, assessment development, goal setting and much more. When finished, you will be armed with the knowledge to address the following on the exam:
- Classroom and clinical teaching strategies
- Learning styles, methods of delivery, classroom technology and CNE communication skills
- Critical thinking skills and positive learning environments for nurses
- Diversity in nursing student learning and goal setting in nursing programs
- Learning domains and assessments, assessment development and assessment strategies
- How to summarize and analyze educational assessments, and grade and report student progress
- Process of developing curriculum in nursing programs
- Professional development for Certified Nurse Educators
- Leadership and scholarship roles of CNEs
- Role CNEs play in the academic community
- Nursing program standards for admission, progression and graduation
About the Exam
The National League for Nursing (NLN) Academic Nurse Educator Certification Program (ANECP) developed the Certified Nurse Educator Examination as a voluntary certification option for academic nurse educators. The goal of the certification program is to promote excellence in the role of the academic nurse educator. The 3-hour computer-based exam consists of 150 multiple-choice items (only 130 items count toward the score) and is broken into six categories with the last category consisting of three subcategories.
The exam is available on a first come, first-served basis, Monday through Saturday, at one of 180 AMP Assessment Centers across the United States. In order to become certified, candidates must receive a score report indicating they passed. Score reports are shared prior to leaving the testing center. Candidates typically receive a certificate eight weeks after passing the exam.
Preparing & Registering for the Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) Examination
This course provides a variety of resources you can use to prepare for the Certified Nurse Educator Exam. Lessons enable you to dig into concepts like effective teaching, role modeling, blended learning, course management, critical thinking, CRT, professional socialization, Bloom's Taxonomy and evidence-based instruction. The quizzes, chapter exams and course exam in this study guide allow you to assess your readiness for exam day with multiple-choice questions formatted similarly to those on the test. Mobile features enable you to utilize these resources using any computer, smartphone or tablet that can access the Internet.
Apply online to take the exam by visiting the National League for Nursing website. Educators must meet eligibility requirements to take the exam, including providing documentation of licensure and having a master's or doctoral degree in nursing. Once deemed eligible, candidates are required to confirm a date and location for testing. On the day of the exam, candidates should bring two forms of ID, one showing a current photograph. Individuals who arrive more than 15 minutes late will not be admitted. Rescheduling is allowed at least two business days prior to the scheduled test date.
The Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) Examination is a registered trademark of the National League for Nursing, which is not affiliated with Study.com.
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