April 23, 1:45 pm – 2:45 pm
Track 1: Teaching, Learning, and Assessment
Track 3: Student Engagement and Persistence
Shirley McGuire
Associate Dean for Faculty Scholarship and Academic Effectiveness
University of San Francisco
Fostering Student Mentorship and Success Using High-Fidelity Simulation to Promote Student-Centered Learning

At West Coast University we embrace a student-centric learning partnership that can lead to the nursing student’s professional success. The Simulation faculty and staff have developed an activity to help students establish the competencies and confidence required to be competent health care providers and pass the examination for the licensing.

Denise Dawkins
Simulation Center, Manager
West Coast University, Ontario
Rochelle McAlpin
Simulation Center Faculty
West Coast University, Ontario
Team-Based Learning, Blogging, and Assessment...Oh My!!

Team-Based Learning (TBL) has the potential to revolutionize student learning. Session participants will be exposed to the practice of a professor and assessment advocate who utilized TBL pedagogy and pre and post-class blogging with reflective assessment. Practical tips, student feedback, and evidence-based results of this approach will be shared.

Shawna Lafreniere
Director of Student Learning Assessment and Program Review
Azusa Pacific University