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Tuesday, June 5 • 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Hear-See-Do: A Tool for Measuring and Assuring Quality of Situated Learning in Experiential Education

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An important component of experiential education is situated learning, or the opportunity for students to learn and demonstrate skills in the context of the practice setting. One challenge in overseeing experiential coursework is assessing and understanding the quality of situated learning opportunities for students at various practice sites. To help address this issue a "Hear See Do continuum rubric was developed to calculate a score representing the extent to which students have the opportunity to "do specific tasks during a practicum experience. A parallel rubric was used for students to self-assess their preparedness to engage in each task to understand adequacy of pre-experience preparation. This poster will demonstrate the application of these rubrics across five consecutive classes for two distinct experiential education courses and analysis of the results. The findings allow for the identification of specific tasks and training sites that are most in need of attention and development, providing the opportunity for faculty to focus their efforts in improving situated learning engagement.

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Curtis Jefferson

Director of Operations for Experiential Education & Assessment, University of Washington School of Pharmacy


Tuesday June 5, 2018 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Ballroom A&B

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