Faculty: Event Mapping Tab
At the Event Level, you can map Session Objectives directly to your Program (Course) Objectives.
While it is possible to map an Event itself to Course Objectives, mapping the specific Session Objectives to Course Objectives will help you create a richer and more accurate curriculum mapping report (especially if you will be reporting to an accrediting body such as the AAMC CIP).
Typically, a Course Director will select a subset of your Program Objectives to serve as your Course Objectives.
This report will show a summary listing of all mapped Goals and Objectives for the current Event. The report will show the Goal name, the Objective name, and the Objective detail description.
Objectives in this report come from:
- Objectives linked directly to the Event.
- Objectives linked to Session Objectives for the Event
This is where Objectives are directly assigned to an Event. The list of available Objectives is based on the default set of Objectives for the Course.
You can click on the Get Extended List option to get a full list of all Objectives.
Session Objectives are declarative statements by the Instructor describing the detail of what is to be taught in the current learning Event.
The Instructor can also link these Session Objectives to Goals and Objectives. This is a very powerful mapping tool because it documents, with great detail, the specific content that is being taught in support of the linked Goals and Objectives.
You can batch upload Session Objectives with the batch upload option. This option lets you paste in a list of Session Objectives, separated by empty lines.
(1) New Multi-Upload
This screen lets you upload six (6) multiple Session Objectives at one time. The System will check that your entries are unique for this Event.
This screen is used to create a new or edit a single Session Objective.
If the current learning Event is part of a linked Event, then the Session Objective will be replicated to the other linked Events.
(3) Batch Upload
Paste your Session Objectives into the field below. Each Session Objective must be separated by at least one blank line, as in the example.
This option allows you to specify which Diagnoses are being covered by an Event.
Depending on how your System has been configured, you may also have the option to create a new Diagnosis entry if the one you are looking for does not yet exist. If so, be careful that you do not create duplicate entries.
When you select a PET Diagnosis you will also be prompted to select the G&O that apply to the Diagnosis within the current Event.
This option lets you specify which objectives apply to the Core Problem records that have been linked to the current Event.
This option lets you map Objectives to the proficiency that is being linked to this Event.
This is used to map Instructional Methodologies to an Event. You can map multiple methodologies, but one must be tagged as the primary methodology. The System will ensure that there is always a primary methodology.
Default methodologies can be assigned to Event types. If defaults have been set, the will be loaded if you have not assigned any methodologies to an Event.
This tool maps Assessment Methodologies to learning objects such as Events and Long Events.
The list of methodologies are specific to each program. The creation and assignment of Instructional Methodologies is controlled by screens in Course Management.
You will be prompted to specify if the assessment is Formative or Summative, and whether the particular entry is the primary assessment type for the Event.
Resources define the various tools, technology, and aids that are used in an instructional Event.
Themes are used to identify where a given topic, specialty, or theme is being taught throughout the curriculum. The intent of the Theme feature is to allow subject experts to manage the how a Theme is being taught throughout all years of the curriculum.
Once you have mapped a learning object with a Theme it can be tracked, as part of the that Theme, via various reports and screens.