American Council of Academic Physical Therapy, Educational Leadership Conference
Medical Subject Headings
Academic Performance, Professional Misconduct, Artificial Intelligence, Education, Professional
The purpose of this presentation is to describe a novel program faculty designed automated academic and professional behaviors student tracking system in select programs at three campuses of the University of St Augustine for Health Sciences.
The automated tracking systems streamlined and served to improve both faculty and student understanding of both academic and professional behavior performance, across three programs and three campuses at this multi campus university Early detection of performance insufficiencies was critical to changing performance and behavior.
Vitente, Arvie; Clifford, Shannon; Kunkel, Kevin R.; Werner, Thomas; and Sykes, Peyton D. (2021, October 22-24).Automated academic and professional behaviors student tracking systems [poster]. American Council of Academic Physical Therapy (ACAPT), Education Leadership Conference (ELC), Atlanta, GA. https://soar.usa.edu/education/20