Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

The Roles and Relationship Between Classroom and Clinical Teaching to the New Educational Standards Neil Curtis, EdD, ATC Department of Sports Medicine.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "The Roles and Relationship Between Classroom and Clinical Teaching to the New Educational Standards Neil Curtis, EdD, ATC Department of Sports Medicine."— Presentation transcript:

1 The Roles and Relationship Between Classroom and Clinical Teaching to the New Educational Standards Neil Curtis, EdD, ATC Department of Sports Medicine West Chester University West Chester, Pennsylvania

2 Objective To help reshape our current educational theories and integrate them into the new educational standards proposed by the NATA Educational Council and the CAAHEP ’ s Joint Review Committee- Athletic Training (JRC-AT)

3 Background Current practice: 800 clinical hour requirement Various clinical environments Meet JRC-AT standards Meet NATABOC requirements

4 Influences on Education NATA Athletic Training Educational Competencies (3rd edition) –Guide for course structure and content Athletic Training Clinical Proficiencies –Included in competencies –The proficiencies can be downloaded from the web (www.cewl.com)

5 Influences on Education Clinical Education Guidelines (ClinEdGs)*: Qualitative system (not counting hours) Clinical performance expectations (outcomes must be measurable and documented over time) Evaluated by Approved Clinical Instructor (ACI)

6 Influences on Education Clinical Education Guidelines (ClinEdGs)*: Two academic years (minimum) Taught, practiced and evaluated over time Students assigned to ACI *See for Buxton and Foreman ’ s 1999 Kansas City clinical education presentation

7 Influences on Education JRC-AT proposed standards and guidelines related to clinical education: Incorporation of the ACI and clinical supervisor Changes in clinical instruction sites and format Outcome assessment changes

8 Influences on Education NATA Board of Certification, Inc.*- –800 hour clinical experience requirement ^ ^ Ed Council has proposed deleting the 800 hour requirement –Minimum of two academic years^^ ^^ Ed Council (and JRC-AT draft 2) also requires minimum of 2 academic years (4 semesters, 6 quarters) *From NATABOC.ORG web page 6/19/00

9 Influences on Education NATA Board of Certification, Inc.- –Role Delineation (RD) Study, 4th ed.**: Used to construct the certification examination **The NATA Athletic Training Educational Competencies describes educational content; the RD is the testing blueprint. The RD is covered in the competencies

10 Roles Athletic Training Program Director Clinical Education Coordinator Athletic Training Faculty –Classroom and Laboratory

11 Roles On-campus ACI Off-campus ACI Non-ATC instructors (not ACI) Clinical supervisor (not ACI) Athletic training students

12 Program Director Draft 2: I.B.1.a.(1) (a)- “ accountability… of all aspects of the athletic training educational program. ” Draft 2: I.B.1.a.(1) (b)- “ appropriate experience … in the clinical supervision of student athletic trainers. …Minimum of three years experience as an NATABOC certified athletic trainer. ”

13 Clinical Education Coordinator ClinEdGs - Clinical Instructor Educator (CIE) will teach course to prepare Approved Clinical Instructors (ACI) JRC-AT - director of clinical education is an option, not a requirement Often the program director

14 Clinical Education Coordinator Duties typically include: –Assigning student ’ s clinical experiences –Evaluating and visiting affiliated sites –Recruiting new affiliated sites –Contact person for clinical instructors –Clinical Instructor education –etc.

15 Athletic Training Faculty Classroom and Laboratory Draft 2: Faculty- I.B.1.b.(a)- “ … must be familiar with the ‘ NATA competencies… ’” ClinEdGs- “ students are permitted to develop [psychomotor] proficiency within adjunct affiliated professional clinical sites (e.g…. Exercise physiology lab) during clinical education course… In this situation the supervisor need not possess an ACI. ”

16 Approved Clinical Instructor (ACI) Draft 2: I.B.1.c (1) (a)- “ …provides formal instruction and/or evaluation of students in the clinical proficiencies... (b)- “...ACI must perform... instruction and evaluation at some point during the educational experience. Evaluation of the proficiency must by done in a one on one basis. ”

17 Approved Clinical Instructor (ACI) ClinEdGs- –“ An ACI … should supervise the students ’ clinical education. ” –“ Supervision of students by the ACI should be through constant visual and auditory interaction between the student and the ACI. ”

18 Approved Clinical Instructor (ACI) ClinEdGs- –“ Students should be assigned to an ACI, not to facilities and sports. ” –“ The daily supervision by the ACI must include multiple opportunities for evaluation and feedback between the student and ACI. ”

19 Clinical Supervisor (Field Experiences) Draft 2: I.B.1.c (2) (a)- “ …shall provide direct supervision in the athletic training and other health care during the field experiences… should have a minimum of one year of working experience… ”

20 Clinical Supervisor (Field Experiences) Draft 2: I.B.1.c (2) (b)- … in the traditional experience shall be a [NATABOC] certified athletic trainer… In other … settings, … duly authorized to practice in their respective area. ”

21 Clinical Supervision NATABOC- supervision involves daily personal/verbal contact at the site of supervision between the athletic training student and the certified athletic trainer who plans, directs, advises, and evaluates the student's athletic training experience. The supervising certified athletic trainer must be physically present in order to intervene on behalf of the individual being treated.

22 Clinical Experience Draft 2 : Curriculum- II.B.1.e.- “ … Provision for clinical experiences under the direct supervision of a qualified clinical instructor in an acceptable clinical setting… [guideline] close cooperation between the program director and the clinical instruction staff will be necessary for effective planning and implementation of student clinical experience ”

23 Clinical Experience Draft 2: Curriculum- II.B.1.f- “ a minimum of two academic years… with course credit must be obtained. The clinical setting must include the athletic training room(s), athletic practices, and competitive events for a minimum of one of the two academic years… ”

24 Clinical Experience Draft 2: Curriculum- II.B.1.g- “ supervised clinical experiences must involve daily personal contact and supervision between the clinical instructor and the student in the same clinical setting. ” Draft 2: Curriculum- II.B.1.h- “ An effective ratio of students to clinical instructors must be maintained. ”

25 Clinical Experience Draft 2: Curriculum- II.B.2.a, b, c - “ documents appropriate learning experiences and curriculum sequencing to develop the competencies… provides a logical progression. Includes clearly written course syllabi that describe learning objectives and competencies to be achieved… ”

26 Clinical Experience Draft 2 : Curriculum- Instructional Plan- II.B.2.d- “ documents frequent evaluation... [Guideline]- An ACI should instruct the clinical proficiencies and pyschomotor skills… each instructor should be provided with tools to evaluate the acquisition of skills and proficiencies in a consistent manner ”

27 Non-ATC Instructors?? ClinEdGs- “ students are permitted to develop [psychomotor] proficiency within adjunct affiliated professional clinical sites (e.g…. exercise physiology lab) during clinical education course… In this situation the supervisor need not possess an ACI. ”

28 Non-ATC Instructors?? Draft 2 : Instructional Staff- I.B.1.c (1) (b)- “...ACI must perform psychomotor and/or clinical proficiency instruction and evaluation... ” ClinEdGs- “ students are permitted to develop proficiency within adjunct … clinical sites (e.g…. Exercise physiology lab) during clinical education course… In this situation the supervisor need not possess an ACI. ”

29 Relationships/Communication

30 Communication What should clinical instructors expect athletic training students to know? What should clinical instructors be expected to teach? What documentation is needed?

31 Communication Draft 2 : Program Evaluation- I.E.2.c - “ … must document that the didactic and clinical educational achievements of its students are verifiable and assessed in consistent ways. [Guideline] …documentation of academic and clinical progression… The proficiencies should be evaluated during program completion via standardized evaluation methods. ”

32 Communication DRAFT 2 : Instructional Plan- II.B.2.d - “ documents frequent evaluation... [Guideline]-...Each instructor should be provided with tools to evaluate the acquisition of skills and proficiencies in a consistent manner ” DRAFT 2 : Instructional Plan- II.B.2.c - “... clearly written course syllabi that describe learning objectives and competencies to be achieved… ”

33 Communication Athletic training classroom faculty and clinical instructors are the same? Athletic training classroom faculty and clinical instructors are not the same? –On-campus ACIs? –Off-campus ACIs?

34 Communication Related classroom faculty and non-ATC clinical educators –Draft 2 : I.B.1.b.(a)- “ … must be familiar with the ‘ NATA competencies… ’” How do you familiarize the 5 faculty members (including 3 part-timers) teaching the Nutrition 101 course with the NATA competencies? Psychology 101? Anatomy 101?

35

36 Questions?


Download ppt "The Roles and Relationship Between Classroom and Clinical Teaching to the New Educational Standards Neil Curtis, EdD, ATC Department of Sports Medicine."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google