REFLECTION QUESTIONS: • Have you already watched the two videos at the beginning of this module? (This lesson assumes knowledge of the basic accreditation process.) • Who is in charge of the accreditation process and writing the Self-Study Report? Is it an individual or a team? To download the Introduction to Self-Study Process handout, click here.
REFLECTION QUESTIONS: • What is the mission statement of your institution? • What are the goals or objectives of your institution? • How are these mission and objectives implemented on a daily basis? To download the Mission & Objectives handout, click here.
REFLECTION QUESTIONS: • How did you originally decide what content to include in your program(s)? • What do you think is the best way to determine student competency in the content areas being taught? To download the Curriculum Competency Introduction handout, click here.
REFLECTION QUESTIONS: • In which of the six (6) competency elements do you feel your graduates are most proficient? • Which of the six (6) competency elements do you feel could be improved in the teaching/learning process? To download the COMTA Curriculum Competencies handout, click here.
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REFLECTION QUESTIONS: • What is your best tip to engage learners in the classroom? • What teaching strategies do you recommend to meet a variety of learner needs? • What is your preferred method of evaluation in each of your courses? To download the Standard II.D Methods of Instruction and Evaluation handout, click here.
REFLECTION QUESTIONS: • What has been your biggest challenge in completing the COMTA Competency Chart? • Do you have any tips for completion or use within the program? To download the Verifying the Competency Chart handout, click here.
REFLECTION QUESTIONS: • What do you want students to know and be able to do at thecompletion of your program? • If you have multiple certificate or degree programs, how do you explain the differences between them in terms of educational outcome? To download the Standard II.A Programmatic Objectives handout, click here.