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New Directions in Teaching and Learning Journal Article is Published

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 Dr. Jeanette McGreevy, Stephanie Brown

The article Evidence-Informed Improvement through Collaborative Professional Integration has been published in the Fall 2018 Special Issue of New Directions for Teaching & Learning, in the Wiley Online Library. This article includes evidence-informed content about continuous improvement, three data buckets, and realistic actions, completed by Dr. Jeanette McGreevy, Director of Institutional Research and Effectiveness, and Stephanie Brown, Senior Teaching and Learning Specialist at Mercy College. The special edition is called Assessment in Action: Evidence-Based Discussions about Teaching, Learning, and Curriculum.

Critical Thinking @ Mercy College: From Inference to Evidence

Mercy College of Health Sciences took part in the Higher Learning Commission’s Assessment Academy from Spring 2012 – Spring 2016.  The purpose of the activity was to run a pilot study to assess our current level of applying critical thinking in our teaching design and how outcomes could be different if the design was built across the curricula with greater intent. The outcomes have supported greater efforts in aligning curriculum design, classroom delivery, and assessment of critical thinking.