Steps in curriculum evaluation

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Steps in curriculum evaluation by Mind Map: Steps in curriculum evaluation

1. Step four. Formulating recommendations

1.1. Specify where standards were not met

1.2. Clear areas for improvement should be communicated

1.3. In a developmental, continuous, quality improvement approach the evaluators should provide reasonable suggestion for improvement and approaches that might be useful

2. Step three. Synthesizing the results

2.1. Results should be compiled, analyzed and widely distributed and should include lessons learned

2.2. Findings from evaluation ie performance of the programme staff, students and graduates against a set of quantitative criteria should be used to make judgement about the quality of the programme

3. Step one. Defining the standards

3.1. Programme and course outcomes

3.2. Course content

3.3. Theory content hours

3.4. Clinical hours

3.5. Clinical placement

3.6. Teaching strategies

3.7. Student evaluation measure

3.8. Learning resources

3.9. Lecturer numbers and qualifications

3.10. Senior teaching staff qualifications, roles and responsibilities

3.11. Administration roles and responsibilities

3.12. Quality assurance

4. Step five. Feeding recommendations and lessons learned back into the programme

4.1. Elements of the curriculum are revised and modified, added or deleted as findings indicate

4.2. Evaluators give critical and constructive feedback

4.3. Benchmarking or setting standards, acknowledging lessons learned And best practices

5. Step two. Investigating the performance or data collection

5.1. Specific quantitative indicators

5.2. Planned evaluation process

5.3. Specific qualitative indicators

5.4. Good leadership