Clinical Teaching Evaluation
Clinical Teaching Evaluation 2023-24
School Of Medical And Health Sciences
Module - Semester 2
There will be a range of topics covered in the module, drawing on the different settings and roles of the participants. Topics will include:
- Principles of assessment (purpose, reliability, validity, feasibility, educational impact, standard setting).
- Assessment of clinical performance (workplace assessment, types of assessment, comparison of methods, examiner training).
- Choosing assessments (alignment, combining assessments, impact on student learning).
- Designing assessments (multiple choice questions, clinical exams, blueprinting, setting criteria).
- Evaluating assessments (item-analysis, institutional factors).
-threshold -(50-59%) : Students will demonstrate a basic level of knowledge, understanding, and skills required for meeting the learning outcomes. Students will demonstrate a general level of understanding of the practical and theoretical perspectives and are able to make some references to relevant literature. For the critical analysis, students will have attained a basic knowledge of material contained in set texts or reading materials with the links between theory and own practice fairly clear in parts. Students will have satisfactorily completed essential assessment exercises. Written work will be acceptable but with a number of errors evident. -good -(60-69%): Students will demonstrate a sound level of knowledge, understanding and skills required for meeting the learning outcomes. Students will demonstrate familiarity with and the ability to apply a range of approaches, methods and conceptual tools. Self-reflection and practice improvement will be based on reasonable theoretical rationale. There will be evidence of attaining a sound knowledge of material contained in set texts or reading materials and undertaking wider reading. All completed assessment exercises will be at a proficient level. Written work will be of good quality, with some minor errors and largely based on the module materials. -excellent -(70% and over): Students will demonstrate a high level of knowledge, understanding and skills for meeting the learning outcomes. Students will demonstrate a high level of analysis of own experience in relation to the theories and applications of the theories. There will be evidence of attaining an advanced knowledge of material beyond that contained in set texts and has done considerable wider reading. All completed assessment exercises will be at a high standard. Written work will be clear and concise with few errors. Higher A marks require evidence of wider reading and critical thinking.
- Demonstrate a critical understanding of the reasoning behind the requirement of clinical performance assessments and appraisal for fitness to practice.
- Demonstrate ability to plan a teaching session
- Evaluate the relevance, validity and reliability of assessment methodologies
Evaluation and Critique Essay
Reflective commentary including educational philosophy, values and action plan
Annotated assessment plan proforma