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Assessment Webinar Series 

Focus Groups: Gathering Real Life Feedback for Pharmacy Program Assessment

Documents: Webinar Slides

Date: April 23, 2015

Webinar Description: As schools seek to identify and develop new forms of program assessment, some schools are turning to focus groups to gather information. Focus groups serve as a versatile option to gather information from any stakeholder group. This webinar will discuss the benefits of focus groups, along with the fundamental technique for conducting one.

Webinar Objectives

This presentation is designed to assist participants to:

  1. Examine the history and utilization of focus groups.
  2. Employ the fundamental mechanics of conducting focus groups.
  3. Evaluate potential use of focus groups to assess pharmacy program effectiveness.
  4. Share experiences with effective use of focus groups.

Presenter:

Sandra Bowles, Ed.D., RN, CNE
Assistant Dean for Assessment & Special Projects
University of Charleston
School of Pharmacy

Moderator:

Lauren S. Schlesselman, PharmD
Director of Assessment and Accreditation
University of Connecticut School of Pharmacy

 

Learning & Assessment Part 1:Common mistakes made when writing objectives

Documents:

Webinar Handout: Objectives

Webinar Slides

Date: Wednesday, December 17th

Topic: Learning & assessment Part 1:Common mistakes made when writing objectives

Are you struggling with creating learning objectives? Are your objectives measurable? Do you have a mismatch between your objectives and your assessment tools? Join us for a webinar offered by the AACP Assessment SIG to learn how to avoid common mistakes when writing or revising your learning objectives. This webinar will guide you in the use of observable and measurable verbs for all levels of learning to create your learning objectives in accordance with guidelines discussed in this presentation. It will also assist you in aligning your objectives with your delivery style and your assessment.

Presenter:
Melissa Medina, Ed.D
Assistant Dean for Assessment and Evaluation and Associate Professor at the University of Oklahoma College of Pharmacy and the Director of Preparing Future Faculty at the University of Oklahoma Graduate College

Moderator:

Jane M. Souza, Ph.D.
Assistant Dean of Assessment
Chair, Educational Assessment Leadership Team
St. John Fisher College Wegmans School of Pharmacy

 

Learning and Assessment Part 2: Creating quality exam questions

Documents: Webinar Slides

Date: Thursday, December 18th

Topic: Learning and assessment Part 2: Creating quality exam questions

Are you looking to step up your exams to the next level? Do you struggle to match your exam items to your learning objectives? Do you want recommendations on how to distinguish between strong and poor exam items? Join us for a webinar offered by the AACP Assessment SIG to learn how to relate measurement principles to the assessment of student learning on a written exam. The webinar will guide you in identifying appropriate item types based on your learning objectives and explain guidelines for grading different item types. It will also teach you to distinguish between strong and poor exam items. 

Presenter:
Rochelle Roberts, PhD
Director of Assessment at the University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy

Moderator:

Lauren S. Schlesselman, MA Ed Psych, PharmD
Director, Office of Assessment & Accreditation
Associate Clinical Professor
Coordinator, Pharmacy LEADERS Track
University of Connecticut School of Pharmacy
 

Last updated on: 4/24/2015 3:04 PM 

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