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What you will learn

Course description: 

This multi-media learning module highlights common terminology used in the clinical setting and emphasizes the importance of using consistent grading criteria such as rubrics to set expectations and offer accurate and fair assessment of performance. This online course provides a unique learning experience with valuable instruction from five leading educators, informative panel discussions and helpful advice from working instructors that provide key insights into the job. Whether you are a working clinical instructor or you are transitioning to the role, this program will help you develop the supervisory and assessment skills you will need in any clinical leadership position.

Author: Andrew Woodward M.A., R.T.(R)(QM)(CT)
About the Author:

Andrew Woodward M.A., R.T.(R)(QM)(CT)is the Clinical Assistant Professor for the Radiologic Science Program at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.



Course objectives: 

Upon successful completion of this module learners will be able to:

  • Define assessment and evaluation.
  • Describe an assessment rubric.
  • Identify why clinical performance is assessed.
  • Describe the difference between competent and proficient.
  • Describe when assessment should take place.
  • Discuss the formative assessment process.
  • Describe the role of feedback in the assessment process.
  • Discuss the summative assessment process.
Course details

Delivery method: 

  • eLearning


  • English

Course author(s): 

ASRT: American Society Of Radiologic Technologists

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