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Remediation and Academic Improvement Plan

 

Purpose of the Remediation and Academic Improvement Plan Procedure:

Lakeview College of Nursing actively promotes and supports student’s academic achievement through remediation.  Students are required to demonstrate ongoing remediation efforts to improve academic success. Remediation of content will be suggested by the course coordinator in the Academic Improvement Plan (AIP) for students failing to meet academic standards.

The student is responsible for the implementation of the AIP and the course expectations as directed in the course syllabus. 

For Insufficient Academic Progress:

  1. The student will be notified by the course instructor when the student fails to meet the academic standard in the course by the online AIP via email.
  2. In addition, a copy of the AIP will be emailed to: the academic advisor, and the record’s office.  A copy will be sent to the Skills Lab Coordinator and to the tutor as needed.   
  3. The suggested remediation plan will be written out by the instructor for the student within the AIP. This may include all or any of the following recommendations or assignments:
    1. Review corresponding content in any of the course’s resources and develop a study plan.
    2. Take/repeat ATI focused review tests, online learning assignments, and/or other learning activities that correlate with the syllabus content.
    3. If AIP is related to skill performance, the student will make an appointment with the Skills Lab Coordinator to practice and demonstrate mastery.
    4. Make an appointment with the course instructor/coordinator, advisor, or tutor.

For Insufficient/ /Unsatisfactory Clinical Performance Remediation Plan:

  1. The student will be notified by the course coordinator or clinical instructor when the student fails to meet the clinical performance standards in the course by the online AIP via email.
  2. In addition a copy of the AIP will be emailed to: the academic advisor, and the record’s office.  A copy will be sent to the Skills Lab Coordinator and to the tutor as needed.   
  3. The student will meet with the course coordinator and/or clinical instructor to identify areas of weakness and expected level of performance.
  4. The suggested remediation plan will be written out and discussed by the coordinator and/or clinical instructor for the student. This may include all or any of the following recommendations or assignments:
    1. Review corresponding content in any of the course’s resources and develop a study plan.
    2. Take/repeat additional ATI focused review tests, online learning assignments, and/or other learning activities that correlate with the syllabus content.
    3. If AIP is related to skill performance, the student will make an appointment with the Skills Lab Coordinator to practice and demonstrate mastery.
    4. Make an appointment with the course instructor/coordinator and advisor.

Unsafe Practice/Unprofessional Behavior Remediation Plan:

Unsafe practice and unprofessional clinical behavior may include abandonment, neglect, or actions that are outside of the student nurses’ scope of practice. Unprofessional clinical behavior may include violating any clinical or LCN policies and/or codes of conduct.

  1. The student will be notified by the course coordinator or clinical instructor when the student fails to meet the safe practice and/or professional behavior standards by the online AIP via email.
  2. In addition a copy of the AIP will be emailed to: the academic advisor, and the Record’s office.  A copy will be sent to the Skills Lab Coordinator as needed.
  3. The student will meet with course coordinator and/or clinical instructor to identify behavior that is unacceptable and to develop an individual plan for remediation.
  4. The suggested remediation plan will be written out and discussed by the coordinator and/or clinical instructor for the student. This may include all or any of the following recommendations or assignments:
    1. Review corresponding content in any of the course’s resources and develop a study plan.
    2. Take/repeat additional ATI focused review tests, online learning assignments, and/or other learning activities that correlate with the syllabus content.
    3. If AIP is related to skill performance, the student will make an appointment with the Skills Lab Coordinator to practice and demonstrate mastery.
    4. Make an appointment with the course instructor/coordinator, advisor, or tutor as needed.

Assessment Information

Assessment and program improvement efforts are expectations for accreditation of colleges and nursing programs.  LCN uses a systematic process to obtain relevant data to determine program effectiveness.   The process is inclusive of the campus community and is used to drive decision making.  The process is written, ongoing, comprehensive, and exists to determine achievement of program outcomes.

Student participation in assessment program is critical for program improvement.  Students participate in assessment upon admission to the college, during the program, and during post college experiences.  The following activities are designed to obtain student input into the academic experience at LCN. 

Admissions Testing
All students every semester:

  • Course and clinical evaluations
  • Student Forums
  • Student suggestion boxes

All students biennially

  • Noel Levitz

Students in 400 level courses

  • EBI

Graduates

  • Graduate survey [prior to graduation]
  • Post graduate employment survey [6 months following graduation]