NNSE

AcronymDefinition
NNSENon-Native Speaker of English
NNSENostrum NoC Simulation Environment
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it could be that some of the NNSE students in this CLIL program experienced difficulties in this area because they had not fully developed academic skills in English, whereas NSES who went to school in an English-speaking country did build these academic skills to a higher level.
When NNSES had the advantage of speaking Spanish, they were reported as not helping the NSES, but when the language of instruction changed to English, the NNSES were able to receive help from NSES.
Considering all of the previous information, it would be worth working especially with NNSES or weak NSES (students who came back to Mexico still as young learners) to help them develop their cognitive, academic, and linguistic skills in general.
Finally, this media representation of NNSE identity tells us that language-learners lack competence or ambition for personal and professional mobility.
First, NNSEs cast in supporting roles reflect an acceptable position in social hierarchy.
Baseline, Pre-NNIP, and Post-NNIP Means on the Neuroscience Nursing Self-Efficacy Scale for the 10 Classes of NNIP Mean Score in NNSES No.
To demonstrate other uses for the results of the assessment, findings for each category on the NNSES from class 7 are presented in Table 2.
The NNSES measures an important outcome of continuing education.
The NNSES allowed us to examine changes in self-efficacy for nurse-interns in three ways.
Second, the NNSES was used to examine the confidence of nurses within major categories of neuroscience nursing skills.
Completing the NNSES also gives nurses an opportunity to assess their perceptions about their nursing swills and to compare their confidence in performing each swill.
The NNSES was developed to facilitate evaluation of the confidence of nurse-interns in performing a set of clinical skills.