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Mapping Programs for Students and Faculty OCCA 2016 v2
Transcript of Mapping Programs for Students and Faculty OCCA 2016 v2
Mapping the Student Pathway
Turning Industry Experts Into Instructors:
Mapping the Faculty Pathway
Entry Point of Project:
Award of Health Professions Opportunity Grant
(renamed Southern Oregon HOPE)
in late Sept. 2015
Teri Smith, M.Ed. Lori Sours, Ph.D.
Director, Allied Health Occupations Outcomes and Assessment Strategist
Next Steps for the
Allied Health Occupations
Instructional Design and Assessment
By Summer, 2016:
Four new programs approved (with PLO assessment points identified)
Sixteen new courses approved
Pathways for Students and Faculty
Program Learning Outcomes
Developed in collaboration with industry partners
Developed by faculty, curriculum committee members, dean and director
Concepts and tools based on the work of
Dr. Ruth E. Stiehl, Professor Emeritus and
Dr. Don Prickel, Assistant Professor (retired),
Oregon State University.
Build detailed outcomes assessment plans for each program.
Continue building infrastructure for faculty professional development and support.
Create next-generation maps for each program to keep faculty engaged and to continuously monitor and improve program pathways.
Students see the pathway from entry to completion....and so do faculty.
Four new programs proposed for Fall 2016 start
Outcome-based program development with backward design
Assessment points for program learning outcomes built from the start
The need for speed in program approval, course development, and faculty training
Industry experts needed as adjunct faculty
By September 26, 2016:
The four new Allied Health programs - including new courses - are mapped, approved, and ready to begin
Each program has a cohort of students
Adjunct faculty are hired (from industry), trained, and ready to teach
Faculty professional development and support infrastructure is built
Program Learning Outcome assessment points indicated by green boxes.
and Assessment provided:
Individual meetings with new instructors
Written guide and templates
Check-ins and peer mentoring
Building the Learning Outcomes - Faculty, Deans, and
VP of Instruction