20/20 Vision of Experiential Education: Enhancing Collaboration of Assessment, Curriculum and Experiential Teams
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Hyatt Regency Dulles
As a result of COVID-19 and limitations being placed on faculty travel by so many of our colleges and schools, Spring 2020 Institute will be postponed until further notice.
- Develop an assessment plan to evaluate experiential activities and to provide evidence for student achievement of learning outcomes at the pre-APPE, APPE and graduate level.
- Provide examples of quality assurance strategies that have been used to evaluate preceptors, rotations, sites, administrators and students.
- Discuss all elements of instructional design of interprofessional learning during experiential education.
- Describe a workload analysis process that can be used to review staff allocation and effort to supply evidence to support their current model or justify the need for additional positions and/or realignment of personnel efforts.
- Enhance the ability of academic administrators to appropriately match job responsibilities to team members’ strengths.
- Identify strategies that can be used to motivate faculty, students and staff to embrace change.
Who should attend:
Faculty, administrators and staff interested in assessment, curriculum, experiential and interprofessional education.