Quote from VegetasGRL03
Let me clarify something...
When I used the word "assignment", I meant in terms of lecture and cloass, not clinical. I briefly forgot that the word could be interpreted differently when it comes to nursing. If this was in clinical, that would be another story because it would depend on the task, how proficient in it I felt, and how many times have I done the task compared to others in my clinical group. I would make sure that everyone got a chance before offering or taking the task myself. Again, that would be for the clinical setting whereas the one I originally presented is in lecture (classroom).
Thanks for your opinion and rationale thus far!
It works the same regardless...
get those brownie points,!!!
and what i said, counts for the classroom as well, and i have to say that I benefited from it!
just as an example:
I took pediatrics, and we had a case study, so i got a 90 on my case study, so i was told that i could fix whatever was wrong if i wanted and turn it back in, just for learning purposes, with it not being graded.
I finished the class and when i went to get my grades she gave me a 89.3 on the class, but then she remember that i voluntarily had corrected my paper, so she looked over it and said that it was all corrected ! Looked at me and next thing i know... it worked just like magic! and i did not even asked for it.!
if an instructor asks me any thing, even to write a stupid paper, i will do it!!! I will learn something from it!!!