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87th ADEA Annual Session & Exhibition
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The Future of Postgraduate Dental Programs: Challenges in Determining Standards for Evaluating Applicants -- SoTLfest (Co-presented by ADEA Sections on Graduate and Postgraduate Education and Orthodontics)
CE credits: 1.50
Track : Section Program
Program Code: 909R
Date: Monday, March 1, 2010
Time: 10:15 AM to 11:45 AM  EST
Location: National Harbor 10
PRESENTER (S):
Jeryl English, DDS, MS, Chair and Program Director of the Department of Orthodontics
David Covell, PhD, DDS, Chair of the Department of Orthodontics
Barry Briss, DMD, Chairman and Clinical Director of Postgraduate Orthodontics
Gerald Glickman, D.D.S., M.S., M.B.A., J.D., Professor
Henry Ferguson, DMD, Program Director, Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
SUBMITTER :
Donald Sanchez, DDS, MS, Adjunt Faculty
Description
The future of admission standards and methods of assessment for matriculation into postdoctoral dental programs will become less defined. Programs will receive less information on the qualifications of candidates as more dental schools move to pass/fail course evaluations and cease providing a class rank. The National Board of Dentistry will also assess examinees with pass/fail evaluations. The panel discussion will outline and define the current and future standards and requirements for matriculation. The prospects for replacement of grades, class rank and NBD I results with portfolios and other methods of assessment will also be discussed.

  • Define the process to implement future admission standards and methods of assessment
  • Describe the variety of admission standards and methods of assessment for matriculation of candidates at different institutions
  • Discuss the possible future of admission standards and methods of assessment for matriculation of candidates at different institutions
  • Explain how evaluation methods are changing


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(Code: 909R/909RA)
Attendee:Free
  
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