The ABC’s of a SEP: ATI Program Manager in Action

The ABC’s of a SEP: ATI Program Manager in Action

Join us as we discuss the components that make up a Systematic Evaluation Plan – specifically looking at how you can effectively measure and provide evidence that you are achieving your programmatic and student learning outcomes. Walk away with a template including examples of assessment methods, expected levels of achievement, and the resulting analysis and action plan.
We will show you how to do all of this and more while highlighting how ATI Program Manager integrates your data and information to make this entire process surprisingly easy.

It’s all about facilitating continuous program improvement while maintaining your sanity!

Jeanette M. Valdes, CSM, CSPO, PMC-VII

Jeanette Valdes joined ATI in 2009 and has since obtained numerous certifications in product management and software development.  In her current role as Product Manager, she worked to build a new solution set for the nursing education industry – Program Manager.  Jeanette’s passion is working with clients to identify their needs and pain points and then developing solutions to meet said needs.  In her free time she enjoys spending time with her daughter, Isabella, and traveling.

Debbie Lyles, MN, PhD, CNE

Debbie Lyles, PhD, MN, RN, CNE, is the Manager of Consulting at Assessment Technologies Institute (ATI). She has been a registered nurse for over 35 years with 28 years of post-secondary nursing education experience. Her nursing education experience includes RN-BSN and Associate Degree Nursing. Lyles graduated from MUSC in Charleston, South Carolina with a bachelor of science in nursing. She has worked as a clinical nurse in pediatric critical care, pediatric oncology, and home health. She earned a master’s degree in nursing from the University of South Carolina in Columbia, South Carolina and a PhD in post-secondary and adult education from Capella University. Prior to joining ATI, she served in various senior administrative positions, faculty positions, and advisory boards at the state and local level. Her areas of expertise include curriculum development, accreditation, curriculum implementation, student policies, and program evaluation. Active in the accreditation process, she served as a site visitor, site visitor chair, review panel member and appeal panel member. Research interests include simulation, specifically capstone simulation experience and interdisciplinary simulation. In addition, she has been a member of Sigma Theta Tau and received several recognitions of teaching excellence throughout her career.