Presented by Dan Thompson, Coordinator of Instructional Design, Assessment and Educational Technology, Department of Medical Education, Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences Implementing a new curriculum presents a unique set of challenges that are difficult to accurately predict. Central to these challenges is ensuring the effectiveness of the curriculum in improving student outcomes. Student assessment performance data provides educators the opportunity to precisely understand which areas of the new curriculum are most effectively improving student outcomes. Specifically, through the implementation of ExamSoft categories faculty can accurately identify the necessary improvements for improving the curriculum, and most importantly, student performance. This presentation addresses the idea that appropriately researching and applying student performance data in a creative and efficient way will lead to continuous curricular development and improvement in student outcomes.
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