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The first one is the learning contract. The second one is going to be the DMP Pr

The first one is the learning contract. The second one is going to be the DMP Practice Experience requirement document, and then the role specific competencies. You’ll also want to go into your syllabus, which you can find here in the syllabus link. For convenience of this, I do want to go ahead and just open up. And you will see that in the syllabus, you have the end of student or end of program student learning outcomes. This is EP SLOs. Okay, so you can find that in page two. What I want to point out is that for most of you at this point in the program are going to be under the previous end of program student learning outcomes because you’ve taken your leadership course before the summer of POT one of this year of 2024. So you can disregard right now the newly revised, because that is for students who are taking leadership this summer, and they may not be at this point in the course, so I’m not going to address that, but what you do or what you need to do is to look at the previous end of program student learning outcomes. The other thing that you’re going to want to look at is the course level learning outcomes. Now, in previous learning contracts, we’ve asked you to link up the course outcome with the end of program student learning outcome. We’re not asking you to do that anymore, but what this would do is be helpful to you because what you’re doing is you’re going to address the EPS LO that matches up with the course outcome. So where you can see, you have previous DMP, EPS LOs, two and three. You’re going to address in your learning outcome two and three. You’re going to look at nine, and you’re going to look at four, and then you’re going to look at 27 and eight. So you’re not reviewing and going to document and cover every student learning outcome, but you are looking at a lot of them. So again, you’re going to look at two and three, you’re going to look at nine, you’re going to look at four, and then you’re going to look at 27 and eight. Okay. So going back here, you’re going to in your first column of your learning contract, and let me get to that real quick here. Is you’re going to scroll to the second page, which is the learning contract. So again, you’re going to go back to the course outcomes that match with the EPS LOS and that I’m just hypothetically saying 27 and eight, but please look at all of them that match up. You’re going to record that here. Then you’re going to go back up to the first page of the learning contract. And depending on the educational track that you’re on, whether you’re general education or leadership, you have specific role specific competencies or outcomes. For the general track students, you’re going to focus just on the EPSO. For the educator track, you’re going to look at one through eight. It doesn’t mean that you have to address one through eight, but you will have a good majority of them. And by the time you get into internship three, which is your last internship course, you would have addressed all eight of those. Leadership, there are five, and again, you may not be focusing on all five, but maybe a couple or three or whatever. But by the end, you would have addressed all five. So you can find role specific competencies or outcomes in the learning contract on the first page, and then you’re going to go ahead and list those. So list all the EPS LOs, and then underneath it, you can do the role outcomes. All right. Then for each of these outcomes, you’re going to come up with a plan. The plan learning activities can be found in the DNP Practicum Experience requirement document. Again, you can find that in Module one. And just to reiterate, you don’t have to give us any information about the 100 clinical hours. Those are faculty generated hours that have been assigned for each of these courses. So in internship two, you have 100 clinical hours that are part of the assignments for the course. You can find that in the syllabus. What we’re asking for you to do is to met the 80 clinical hours. And those 80 clinical hours are tied to the EPS Ls in the course. But the learning or the plan specifically can come from either your DMP project, which again, we’re asking that the project is not covered in all of these, or it’s not the only activity that you’re doing. In order to meet your role specific competencies and to meet the educational outcomes or the EPS LO outcomes is to look at a vast array of different learning activities. And you can find that through this document by looking at organizing your practice experience hours, which you can get 3 hours at the very beginning. You can look at meeting with your practice partner, going to meetings, professional meetings, looking at advocating for vulnerable populations. Maybe you’re doing some mission work, for example, maybe working on a specific a specific policy for the project site that you’re on, looking at evidence based practice, doing some lit review as far as that for your project, attending conferences, reading scholarly research articles. But what I want you to pay attention to is there are not only those, but there are some other ideas. So please look at the remaining pages, because it does give you some really good ideas to meet that plan or the learning activities. Now, if you’re choosing many of these, they do have maximum hours. So you can’t give us that you’re doing one activity for 50 hours or 60 hour, 70 hours. That is unheard of. It’s not going to be practical. You do need to have a vast array of different learning activities to meet these learning outcomes. So please make sure that when you tell us that in the plan that you’re going to read six articles, just know that you have a maximum of six articles, and you have up to 12 hours. Okay? So be realistic with the hours that you are using if you have a question about how many hours, please contact course faculty, and we’ll be happy to tell you yes or no as far as the amount of hours that you’re asking for. But again, this is a very helpful document to help with your planning of your learning contract. As far as the hours for the learning contract, all you’re doing is giving us anticipated hours again, to keep you very organized and to ensure that you are going to meet at least 80 hours minimum for your learning contract. So again, Please make sure that you look at your syllabus for the end of program student learning outcomes. The course outcomes are linked to certain end of program student learning outcomes. And again, you can find that in your syllabus. You can find the role competency in the learning contract instructions. And these are all linked up to NLN and the organization for leadership. So please know that we’re just not making these up. You can specifically go to these organizations and see that they do have specific learning outcomes for the different educational tracks. Make sure you have all of the information here at the top, that you organize your EPS LOs and then your role specific competencies or outcomes. You have plan or plans for each of these outcomes and the anticipated hours. And then as far as where you would attach it is in Module one, and then you do have the due date that’s below it

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