Kardong-Edgren, Adamson, and Fitzgerald, nurse faculty from Washington State University, provide a review of currently published evaluation instruments for human patient simulation and learning. The authors summarize and evaluate 29 current simulation evaluation tools. The tools are then divided into the categories: cognitive, psychomotor, affective, group evaluation, and developmental. The authors conclude few nurse faculty are skilled in instrument development and over 1/2 of the studies did not measure or report reliability and validity. Faculty are encouraged to reuse current instruments and participate in multi-site studies to provide the valid data needed to move simulation science forward. This article is intended for Nurse Faculty and Advanced Practice Nurses evaluating simulation as a learning method.