Once the evaluation period closes, the Planning, Evaluation, and Assessment (PAE) Team will compile the results. These results will be shared with the Course Management Team (CMT) and Phase 1 Deans. The CMT will review the results and discuss what worked well and what can be improved. The CMT will then present the results and their plan to the Foundational Component Committee (FCC) – the subcommittee that oversees Phase 1. The FCC discusses the plan and can make further recommendations based on its review. The data and plan is then compiled into a final report and presented for discussion to the Curriculum Council Steering Committee (CCSC) – the committee responsible for directing and overseeing the curriculum. This entire process takes about four months. During this time, the CMT will begin meeting and planning for next year’s course curriculum.
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