Program Outcomes Learning Community Group: Collaborative Outcomes Development (CTE763)
Location: MC 2036A
Facilitators: Veronica Brown (CTE) and Bob Sproule (School of Accounting and Finance)
At this month’s session, we will be discussing a collaborative process for the development of program outcomes. Lori Case, Associate Dean (Co-operative Education), Faculty of Mathematics, and Jeremy Steffler, Faculty Relations Manager, Co-operative Education, will share the process used to develop faculty-wide outcomes for co-op programs in the Faculty of Mathematics. This session is part of the Program Outcomes Assessment Learning Community – all are welcome.
By participating in this community group, you will have an opportunity to explore:
- The role of learning outcomes within a Program
- The assessment of learning outcomes; and
- The relationship between outcomes, activities and assessments
- Open to faculty and staff.
- Registration is required.
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At this month’s session, our guest will be Patricia Hrynchak, Clinical Professor and Teaching Fellow in the School of Optometry & Vision Science. Patricia will explore the challenges of implementing an objective structured clinical exam (OSCE) in optometry. This session is part of the Program Outcomes Assessment Learning Community – all are welcome.
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