Deirdre Bonnycastle
Pharmacy
June 8th, 2014
Instructors will evaluate
the student on the
extent to which the
student completes and
demonstrates
competency in the
requ...
https://www.mentimeter.com/p/3a88c73ef
4d8/assessment-is-primarily-used-by-the-
university-to
Go to www.govote.at
and ente...
Objectives
Upon completion of today’s sessions, the
participant will be able to:
1. Discuss the link between
outcomes/comp...
Prerequisite Knowledge
Definitions
1. Centered Learning
2. Competency
3. Objective
4. Formative
5. Summative
Assessment & Learning
Formative Assessment
“Learning”
Guided Practice
Summative Assessment
“Competence”
The link
between
competencies
and
assessment
Content
Assessment
Objective
Outcome/
Competency
Comprehension
Knowledge
MCQ, Short Answer
Analysis
Application
Case, Simulation,
Direct Observation
Rubric, Portfolio
Eval...
Example 1
Complete an assessment of required
information to determine the patient’s
medication related and other relevant
...
Example 2
Develop a care plan that addresses
a patient’s medication-therapy
problems.
Type of Verb
Application
Assessment
...
Why Portfolio
1. encourage students to become
accountable and responsible for their
own learning (i.e., self-directed, act...
Portfolio Issues
1. When portfolios are used for
summative assessment, students may
be reluctant to reveal weaknesses
2. P...
How to Create Portfolio’s
http://jfmueller.faculty.noctrl.edu/toolbox/
portfolios.htm
The instructors are encouraged to
meet with the student to evaluate
progress mid-term during the
structured experience.
St...
This preliminary evaluation will serve
as a benchmark for the student and is
used to assess progress, assuring
communicati...
Demonstration of learning and
improvement over the course of the rotation
will be considered an important factor in the
ev...
Thank
You
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  1. 1. Deirdre Bonnycastle Pharmacy June 8th, 2014
  2. 2. Instructors will evaluate the student on the extent to which the student completes and demonstrates competency in the required components of the Structured Practice Experiences Program. Structured Practice Experiences Program PHARMACY 380 Manual
  3. 3. https://www.mentimeter.com/p/3a88c73ef 4d8/assessment-is-primarily-used-by-the- university-to Go to www.govote.at and enter 92 96 96 to vote
  4. 4. Objectives Upon completion of today’s sessions, the participant will be able to: 1. Discuss the link between outcomes/competencies/objectives and assessment 2. Discuss assessment issues 3. Use formative and summative assessment.
  5. 5. Prerequisite Knowledge Definitions 1. Centered Learning 2. Competency 3. Objective 4. Formative 5. Summative
  6. 6. Assessment & Learning Formative Assessment “Learning” Guided Practice Summative Assessment “Competence”
  7. 7. The link between competencies and assessment Content Assessment Objective Outcome/ Competency
  8. 8. Comprehension Knowledge MCQ, Short Answer Analysis Application Case, Simulation, Direct Observation Rubric, Portfolio Evaluation Synthesis Critique, Presentation, Essay, Discussion CreateProject Bloom’s Taxonomy
  9. 9. Example 1 Complete an assessment of required information to determine the patient’s medication related and other relevant health needs. Type of Verb Application Assessment Direct Observation Educational Outcomes For First Professional Degree Programs in Pharmacy
  10. 10. Example 2 Develop a care plan that addresses a patient’s medication-therapy problems. Type of Verb Application Assessment Portfolio From Educational Outcomes For First Professional Degree Programs in Pharmacy Portfolios collection https://www.diigo.com/ user/deirdreb/portfolio
  11. 11. Why Portfolio 1. encourage students to become accountable and responsible for their own learning (i.e., self-directed, active, peer-supported, adult learning) 2. can be the focus of initiating a discussion between student and tutor 3. facilitate reflection and self- assessment. http://www.utpjournals. com/jvme/tocs/323/279 .pdf
  12. 12. Portfolio Issues 1. When portfolios are used for summative assessment, students may be reluctant to reveal weaknesses 2. Portfolio assessment may produce unacceptably low inter-rater reliability, especially if the assessment rubrics are not properly prepared or are used by untrained assessors. http://www.utpjournals. com/jvme/tocs/323/279 .pdf
  13. 13. How to Create Portfolio’s http://jfmueller.faculty.noctrl.edu/toolbox/ portfolios.htm
  14. 14. The instructors are encouraged to meet with the student to evaluate progress mid-term during the structured experience. Structured Practice Experiences Program PHARMACY 480 Manual Issue: Assessment = Learning
  15. 15. This preliminary evaluation will serve as a benchmark for the student and is used to assess progress, assuring communication between the instructor and the student. Instructors should encourage open dialogue during the review process to make certain that the student understands his or her progress. Structured Practice Experiences Program PHARMACY 480 Manual Issue: Surprises
  16. 16. Demonstration of learning and improvement over the course of the rotation will be considered an important factor in the evaluation process. Instructors will provide information about each student’s performance level and will then indicate whether the student has “completed requirements” for the structured practice experience. If such assessment is made, and provided the student has met all other requirements, a final grade of CR will be forwarded to the Registrar. Issue: Accreditation
  17. 17. Thank You

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