CLR helps students synthesize learning, guides supplemental supports, and empowers program-level assessment to guide curricular improvements. Reflection and feedback at milestones provide a formative assessment to support progression. As nursing and other health professions schools transition toward competency-based learning, CLR provides an essential mechanism to communicate the achievement of core competencies as students progress and develop readiness for practice.
This webinar replay features:
- Andrew Wolf, Assistant Dean for Online Education at Saint John Fisher University, Wegmans School of Pharmacy
- Rebecca Red Wolf, Writing Center Coordinator & Assistant Professor at University of Rochester School of Nursing
- Suzanne Carbonaro, Director of Academic Partnerships at HelioCampus and formerly Director of Assessment at both Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Rider
What's Covered In This Webinar
- Determine essential team members and pilot programs that can lead this initiative of curriculum redesign aligned to skills;
- Describe a process to create or revise curricula to provide opportunities for feedback on skills to enhance metacognitive learning;
- Discuss best practices that enable metacognitive learning through the development of CLR.