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Overview of CHS UGE Student Success Initiative Projectand Contextual Alignment
Prepared by Karen BadgerAugust 27, 2017
CHS Undergraduate Student Success Initiative
Resultingthemes/recommendations-emerged from faculty, professional staff, literature, andbenchmarking--are consistent with CHS mission/prioritiesAnchor ThemesCommunity engagementIntegration of pre-professional students into CHS and majorsServices for exploratory studentsProcess (Means) ThemesCommunication and cross-involvementDiversity & inclusivenessInnovative pedagogy and instructional delivery servicesRecruitment, application, admissionsSupport ThemeFaculty, staff, student, and other resources (space, equipment, monetary)Outcome ThemesIndividualized educationOutcome metrics: student retention, academic profession, graduation, placement (employment or grad school), and overall success
Alignment of CHS UG Project Themes with Boyer
Reinventing UGE(Boyer, 1998)
CHS UG Project Themes
Makeresearch-based learningthe standardConstruct an inquiry-based 1styearBuild on the freshmenfoundationCultivate a sense of communityRemovebarriers to interdisciplinaryeducationUse information technology creativelyLink communication skills and course workCulminate with a capstoneexperience
Innovativepedagogy & instructional deliveryservicesServices for exploratory studentsIndividualized educationDiversityandinclusivenessIntegrationof pre-professional students into CHS andmajorsDiversityandinclusivenessCommunication&cross-involvementDiversity and inclusivenessInnovativepedagogy & instructional deliveryservicesOutcome metrics/measures (SLO)
Challenges Facing Health Sciences Education
Source:Gold, J. (2012). TheTen Pillars Shaping the Future of Health Science Education: External Forces, Ongoing Evolution and FutureTrends,presented atThe Education & Training for Health Care Transformation Conference at the White House on October 18, 2012
The changing needs of theLearner-How students access information, learn and retain itEmphasis shifts from whether they access or retain facts, but on how they use them, evaluate them, and applythemChanges within theHealth Care SystemComplexity has increased- we deliver care in integrated practice groups orinterprofessionalteams
Challenges Articulated by Gold
Differences inEducatorsWith so much available information more time required to teach clinical decision-making, and integration, evaluation, and application of informationPrevalence ofInterprofessionalpractice makesthis focus essentialChanges and advances inTechnologyTechnology in health care is more sophisticatedTechnology also used inteaching-blending with or replacing traditional curriculum andpedagogyCreates need to optimize these tools whileproviding mentorship, building community for education and career-preparation purposes
Challenges Articulated by Gold
Increases inEconomics(cost/value) of educationIncreased cost of education and debt assumed by students underscores how important it is that they leave with high earning power and prepared for successful careers
Challenges Articulated by Gold
Convergence of Boyer Recommendations and Pillars Shaping Health Sciences Ed
Convergence of Pillars and Themes
Pillars Shaping Future of HS Education
CHS UG Student Success Initiative Themes
Learner& learningfocusedDiversity&globally-focusedSequentialcompetencyalignmentInterprofessionalemphasisTeam-based performanceassessmentSimulation& virtualpedagogyCompetency& outcomebasedEconomic and sustainably deliverable
Services for exploratory studentsIndividualized educationDiversity and inclusivenessIntegration of pre-professional students into CHS and majors(curriculum and structure)Communication & cross-involvementCommunity engagement(curriculum and structure)Innovative pedagogy & instructional delivery servicesOutcome metrics/measuresRecruitment, applications, admissionsFaculty, staff, student,other resources
Cross-discipline Involvement
Interprofessionaleducation and collaborative practice may help mitigate challenges faced by healthcare systems and meeting future health workforce objectives(Association of Academic Health Centers, 2008; World Health Organization, 2013)Recommendations to create a culture of evidence (assessment) of outcome-based learning(Keeling,Underhile, & Wall, 2007):Cross-discipline involvementWork together and integrate provision of student services with academicsIntentional strategizing of shared student learning outcomes across the institution
“Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.”-- W.B. Yeats“Agood teacher can inspire hope, ignite the imagination, and instill a love of learning.”--BradHenry
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