Systematic Evaluation and Data

Systematic evaluation is based on a very detailed plan. For educational programs, evaluation at all levels are included with descriptions and examples of how all the elements flow from each other and align. According to McCoy & Anema (2012), the following are essential elements of a systematic program evaluation plan: •Mission and governance of the institution. •Institutional/organizational administration policies. •Faculty/teachers. •Learners. •Curriculum and instruction. •Resources. •Outcomes/educational effectiveness. •Learner academic achievement. Discuss how your program collects data. Is that data used to justify and support decisions about program changes or challenges within the program? When do faculty share data? (No citation is necessary for this discussion.) Reference McCoy, J. L., & Anema, M. (2012). Fast facts for curriculum development in nursing: How to develop & evaluate educational programs in a nutshell. New York, NY: Springer Publishing.
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