Presenter Information

Michael Millard, Pacific University

Brief Bio

Dr. Millard is the Assistant Dean for Clinical Services and Assistant Professor in the School of Pharmacy at Pacific University. Hi interest areas include patient safety, pharmacy care for the indigent, pharmacy law and ethics, pharmacy workforce analysis and public policy.

Title

The use of summative evaluation and group review in the School of Pharmacy's modified block program

Track

K-12

Proposal Type

Interactive Session

Abstract

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The School of Pharmacy utilizes a 90% competency summative examination at the end of each 23 week block. Students are allowed an immediate review exam in groups to discuss and verify correct answers. Points awarded in the group exam are applied to the individual exam score to determine 90% competency. ExamSoft testing software is used to evaluate student and test performance, map curriculum, and provide evaluative data on the progress of the students in specific topics of the curriculum. Examples of tests and reporting are discussed.

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The use of summative evaluation and group review in the School of Pharmacy's modified block program

Berglund 147

The School of Pharmacy utilizes a 90% competency summative examination at the end of each 23 week block. Students are allowed an immediate review exam in groups to discuss and verify correct answers. Points awarded in the group exam are applied to the individual exam score to determine 90% competency. ExamSoft testing software is used to evaluate student and test performance, map curriculum, and provide evaluative data on the progress of the students in specific topics of the curriculum. Examples of tests and reporting are discussed.