Seeing Things Differently and Standardizing Instruction
Bradley Moore is vice president of health sciences at Remington College and has worked in and around higher education for 24 years. Remington has 17 locations and offers NHA’s CCMA and Certified Pharmacy Technician Program (CPhT) certifications.
Student success is Moore’s primary concern. As a result of NHA’s Learning Insights, key success factors have come into sharper focus.
Tracking student success based on patterns of progress and proficiency, all the way down to the individual course or instructor level, is now a reality for Moore. Case in point: A specific performance gap was recently identified and fixed with information from NHA’s Learning Insights.
"We could see through Learning Insights that our students were having problems with our electrocardiogram (EKG) curriculum, across many of our locations," says Moore. "So we made adjustments to our instruction methods and materials around that subject and were able to see results right away. The tools eliminated the guesswork, and we were able to go immediately to the right spot and fix it."
Moore also appreciates the benchmarking feature, which allows him to compare results within his network or across the country.