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Association of Deans of Philippine Colleges of Nursing, Inc. (ADPCN, Inc.) Philippine Nursing Education Academy (PNEA)( 02 ) 921-74-66 E-mail address: adpcn01_inc@yahoo.com.ph Training Program on Teaching Professional Nursing Courses of the New BSN OBE Curriculum September 6-8, 2017 Visayas Tandang Sora Hall, CNU Objectives: 1. Justify the OBE process as applied to the implementation of the BSN curriculum. 2. State the program, level and course outcomes aligned with the institution’s VMG. 3. Design a course syllabus for a given professional nursing subject applying the OBE principles and guidelines 4. Demonstrate effective strategies in teaching professional nursing courses in the new BSN OBE curriculum. 5. Appreciate the BSN- Outcomes Based Education Day 1 Time Training Outcomes Topic/Activity Speaker 7:30-8:00 Registration ADPCN Secretariat 8:00-9:00 Opening Activities Opening Prayer Philippine National Anthem Meet and Greet Orientation to the Training Program 9:00 – 10:30 Justify the OBE process as applied to the implementation of the BSN curriculum Overview of the approved BSN OBE Curriculum (CMO 15 s. 2017) Prepare the required documents to be recognized as an institution to offer the BSN OBE curriculum Compliance of HEIs (Article VIII of the CMO 15, s 2017) " id="pdf-obj-0-2" src="pdf-obj-0-2.jpg">

Association of Deans of Philippine Colleges of Nursing, Inc. (ADPCN, Inc.) Philippine Nursing Education Academy (PNEA)

137 Matahimik St., Barangay Central, UP Village, Diliman, Quezon City Telefax No. (02) 921-74-66 E-mail address: adpcn01_inc@yahoo.com.ph

Association of Deans of Philippine Colleges of Nursing, Inc. (ADPCN, Inc.) Philippine Nursing Education Academy (PNEA)( 02 ) 921-74-66 E-mail address: adpcn01_inc@yahoo.com.ph Training Program on Teaching Professional Nursing Courses of the New BSN OBE Curriculum September 6-8, 2017 Visayas Tandang Sora Hall, CNU Objectives: 1. Justify the OBE process as applied to the implementation of the BSN curriculum. 2. State the program, level and course outcomes aligned with the institution’s VMG. 3. Design a course syllabus for a given professional nursing subject applying the OBE principles and guidelines 4. Demonstrate effective strategies in teaching professional nursing courses in the new BSN OBE curriculum. 5. Appreciate the BSN- Outcomes Based Education Day 1 Time Training Outcomes Topic/Activity Speaker 7:30-8:00 Registration ADPCN Secretariat 8:00-9:00 Opening Activities Opening Prayer Philippine National Anthem Meet and Greet Orientation to the Training Program 9:00 – 10:30 Justify the OBE process as applied to the implementation of the BSN curriculum Overview of the approved BSN OBE Curriculum (CMO 15 s. 2017) Prepare the required documents to be recognized as an institution to offer the BSN OBE curriculum Compliance of HEIs (Article VIII of the CMO 15, s 2017) " id="pdf-obj-0-13" src="pdf-obj-0-13.jpg">

Training Program on Teaching Professional Nursing Courses of the New BSN OBE Curriculum

September 6-8, 2017 Visayas

Tandang Sora Hall, CNU

Objectives:

  • 1. Justify the OBE process as applied to the implementation of the BSN curriculum.

 
  • 2. State the program, level and course outcomes aligned with the institution’s VMG.

  • 3. Design a course syllabus for a given professional nursing subject applying the OBE principles and guidelines

  • 4. Demonstrate effective strategies in teaching professional nursing courses in the new BSN OBE curriculum.

  • 5. Appreciate the BSN- Outcomes Based Education

 
 

Day 1

Time

Training Outcomes

Topic/Activity

Speaker

7:30-8:00

Registration

ADPCN Secretariat

8:00-9:00

 

Opening Activities Opening Prayer Philippine National Anthem Meet and Greet Orientation to the Training Program

 

9:00 – 10:30

Justify the OBE process as applied to the implementation of the BSN curriculum

Overview of the approved BSN OBE Curriculum (CMO 15 s. 2017)

 

Prepare the required documents to be recognized as an institution to offer the BSN OBE curriculum

Compliance of HEIs (Article VIII of the CMO 15, s 2017)

   

The OBE Process

 

10:30-12:00

State the ILO, PO, CO, and LO aligned with

 

Institutional Learning

the institution’s VMG.

Outcome (ILO) and Graduate Attributes Program Outcomes (PO)

Course Outcomes (CO)

Learning Outcomes (LO)

Curriculum/competency

mapping Alignment matrix

12:00-1:00

LUNCH

 

1:00 – 2:00

Design a course syllabus for a given professional nursing

The Instructional Design

 

subject applying the

A.

Developing Instructional Design

OBE principles and guidelines

(ID)

B.

Elements of Instructional Design

(ID)

 

Align the program

Workshop 1: Alignment Matrix Outcomes

Level I Team

2:00 – 4:00

outcomes, course outcomes and course

Level I Alignment Matrix (NCM100, NCM 101, NCM102 NCM 103)

learning outcomes for a specific professional nursing subject guided

Level II Alignment Matrix ( NCM 104, NCM105, NCM106, NCM107, NCM 108, NCM 109, NCM 110)

Level II Team

by the curriculum/ competency mapping

Level III Alignment Matrix ( NCM 111, NCM 112, NCM 113, NCM 114, NCM 115, NCM 116, NCM 117)

Level III Team

4:

 

(Major Final Outcome – MFO 2 Alignment Matrix)

Level IV Alignment Matrix ( NCM 118, NCM 119, NCM 121, NCM 122)

Level IV Team

4:00- 5:00

 

Submission of MFO2

Presentation of MFO2

 

ADPCN-PNEA Team

 
 

Day 2

Time

Outcomes

Topic/Activity

Resource Lecturer

7:30 – 8:15

 

Registration

ADPCN Secretariat

Morning Praise

8:15 – 10:15

Determine appropriate teaching-learning activities to achieve a specific course learning

Teaching-Learning Strategies

 

outcomes

10:15-12:00

Select assessment tools to authentically measure the course learning outcomes

Outcomes Assessment

 

12:00-1:00

LUNCH

1:00-3:00

Develop an instructional

Workshop 2:

 

design for a given

Develop Instructional Designs

Level 1

professional nursing

(ID) in the classroom and

Level 11

course applying the

RLE settings: Level 1- 1V

Level 111

Level 1V

OBE principles and

  • Learning Outcomes

 

guidelines (MFO 3).

  • Content/Topic

(Major Final Outcome

Submission of MFO3

  • Teaching-learning strategies

– MFO 3 Instructional

  • Outcomes Assessment

design)

 

3:00-5:00

Feedback Report

 

Day 3

Time

Outcomes

Topic/Activity

Resource Lecturer

7:30 – 8:00

Registration

ADPCN Secretariat

Morning Praise

8:00 – 8:30

Guidelines to Micro-teaching

Presentation

8:30-12:00

Demonstrate teaching –

Workshop 3:

 

learning strategies

Micro-teaching of a unit in a

Participants:

appropriate to achieve a

selected professional course

Level 1

specific unit learning

utilizing the accomplished ID

Level 11

outcome.

for Levels 1-1V.

Level 111

(MFO 4)

Level 1V

12:00-1:00

LUNCH

1:00 – 3:00

 

Continuation of the Micro- teaching Presentations

Participants:

Level 1

Level 11

Level 111

Level 1V

3:00-4:00

Submit completed

Closing Activities

ADPCN-PNEA Team

Instructional Designs for

  • Closing Remarks

a selected unit/topic in a

  • Awarding of certificates

course.

  • Photo Session