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Nurse Educator Philosophy Statement Scoring Guide CRITERIA NON-PERFORMANCE BASIC PROFICIENT DISTINGUISHED Formulate an informed nurse educator philosophy statement. Does not formulate an informed nurse educator philosophy statement. Creates an incomplete nurse educator philosophy statement. Formulates an informed nurse educator philosophy statement. Formulates an informed nurse educator philosophy statement, and ensures the statement is grounded in practice and literature of the field. Applies a nurse educator philosophy to the tripartite roles of teaching, scholarship, and service. Does not apply a nurse educator philosophy to the tripartite roles of teaching, scholarship, and service. Applies a nurse educator philosophy incompletely to the tripartite roles of teaching, scholarship, and service. Applies a nurse educator philosophy to the tripartite roles of teaching, scholarship, and service. Applies a nurse educator philosophy to the tripartite roles of teaching, scholarship, and service, acknowledging areas where additional information is needed. Analyze the influence of historical events on a nurse educator role. Does not analyze the influence of historical events on a nurse educator role. Identifies historical events that have influenced a nurse educator role but does not analyze how they have done so. Analyzes the influence of historical events on a nurse educator role. Analyzes the influence of historical events on a nurse educator role, identifying areas where impact is uncertain or still to be determined. Analyze the competencies necessary for a specific nurse educator role. Does not analyze the competencies necessary for a specific nurse educator role. Identifies competencies necessary for a specific nurse educator role, but does not adequately analyze them. Analyzes the competencies necessary for a specific nurse educator role. Analyzes the competencies necessary for a specific nurse educator role, clearly explaining how these need to be used in practice. Write coherently to support a central idea with correct grammar, usage, mechanics, and APA format and style as expected of a nursing education professional. Does not write coherently to support a central idea with correct grammar, usage, mechanics, and APA format and style as expected of a nursing education professional. Writes to support an idea but commits major errors of grammar, usage, and mechanics. Writes coherently to support a central idea with correct grammar, usage, mechanics, and APA format and style as expected of a nursing education professional. Writes coherently, using evidence to support a central idea with correct grammar, usage, mechanics, and APA format and style as expected of a nursing education professional.