The Anatomy of a Lab Practical and the Dissection of the Results

August 13, 2015

Presented by Kathy Day, Senior Instructional Designer, Thomas Jefferson University, Elizabeth A. Spudich, PhD, Assistant Professor, Thomas Jefferson University School of Health Professions Department of Physical Therapy Testing in a lab has its unique set of challenges. There are multiple variables that impact the reliability and validity of the practical including: the architecture of the room, the quantity, quality and turnover of the biological materials and the design of the test questions. This session will present the issues encountered by the Colleges and Departments of Thomas Jefferson University in their use of ExamSofts SofTest-M as a delivery platform for Human Anatomy practicals and will explore strategies for a successful lab assessment.

 

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