Using Exam Question and Longitudinal Data to Develop Better Assessments, Items, and Curriculum

August 13, 2015
Presented by Jayzona Alberto, Academic Manager, Western University of Health Sciences, College of Dental Medicine, Jorge Godinez, Academic Manager, Western University of Health Sciences, College of Dental Medicine Educational technologies have propelled the College of Dental Medicine at Western University of Health Sciences further in student learning assessment. The colleges academic managers with the support of the Office of Academic Affairs have developed processes to improve test item creation and pulling valuable longitudinal reports. The establishment of these processes provides faculty members with the ability to tag questions with categories associated with institutional learning outcomes, program learning outcomes, topics, instructor, assessment level, and more. After each semester, longitudinal reports are pulled to determine areas of improvement for individual students, each cohort, as well as the semesters curriculum. In this presentation, participants will learn the techniques CDM uses to develop their test questions, input them into the ExamSoft portal, and export data that tracks student performance. Previously recorded July 1st, 2015
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