Assessment Materials

The WVU Health Sciences Faculty Development Program is preparing a catalog of various assessment materials developed and/or used by faculty. This collection of resource materials will be available for use by all faculty. This information will include varied forms of assessment including but not limited to: problem based learning, OSCE’s, simulation and writing test questions.

Please send any relevant information to Appropriate credit will be given to anyone who submits information.

Peer Assessment Form

Members of the Large Group Teaching Interest Group of the Academy of Excellence in Teaching & Learning have developed a Peer Assessment Form which can be utilized by faculty across the Health Sciences campus to provide peer feedback to faculty.


  • To have resource for new or less experience faculty with information and tools related to assessment.
  • Sharing of information among all faculty.
  • Matching method of assessment with method of teaching.
  • Enhance scholarship in area of assessment.
  • Long-term goal – link with other WVU departments.
  • Promote individual work.


  1. Introduction to Assessment
    Marie Abate, PharmD, Professor, Department of Clinical Pharmacy, School of Pharmacy

  2. Assessment Principles, Approaches and Barriers
    Marie Abate, PharmD, Professor, Department of Clinical Pharmacy, School of Pharmacy

  3. Interactive Response System to Promote Active Learning
    Douglas Slain, PharmD, Chair and Professor, Department of Clinical Pharmacy, School of Pharmacy

  4. Rubrics and Portfolios
    Neal Shambaugh, PhD, Professor Emeritus

  5. Simulators in Education
    David Wilks, MD, Former Assistant Dean for Technology and Medical Education, School of Medicine

  6. Objective Structured Clinical Examinations (OSCEs)
    Dorian Williams, MD, Assistant Dean for Technology and Simulation, Professor and Predoctorial Director, School of Medicine

  7. Writing Test Questions
    Christina DeBiase, EdD, Former Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, School of Dentistry

  8. Developing a Competency Based Curriculum
    Cathy Frere, MSEd, Former Assistant Professor, School of Dentistry; Teaching Scholars Alumnus