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Formative and Summative Clinical Evaluation NCE 2140P: Mental Health Formative Evaluation Printed Name: Campus: DETERMINATION OF CLINICAL PERFORMANCE Formative Evaluation : A regular evaluation (including midterm and end of rotation) of the student’s performance based upon the student’s Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes (KSA). A formative student evaluation occurs throughout the clinical rotation This evaluation is to be used for clinical, simulation and Clinical Learning Activities (CLAs) to evaluate student performance. This is a legal document of student performance and is compliant with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). At the end of the semester, this evaluation will become a permanent part of the nursing student’s file. Responsibilities of Student: The evaluation of clinical performance is the shared responsibility of the student and the clinical instructor. However, the instructor has the primary responsibility of determining whether a student’s performance meets the required course objectives. On a weekly basis, the student and clinical instructor will review this form. The student is expected to acknowledge the evaluation by initialing/signing in the designated location each week. Responsibilities of the Clinical Instructor: It is the expectation that the evaluation remains in the possession of the clinical faculty instructor at all times. When a student’s performance is not at the “Satisfactory level”, details will be documented in the descriptive section of the evaluation tool offering narrative comments. Each student will receive a narrative note at the mid-semester and end of rotation evaluations. Responsibilities of the Instructional Faculty: Serve as mentor and facilitator for the Clinical Instructor Provide resources to Clinical Instructor as needed Support students who may have clinical concerns Criteria for initiating a Learning Contract (LC): Any student not demonstrating progression by the Mid-Semester Evaluation will receive a Learning Contract with a collaborative success plan. The Learning Contract will be re-visited regularly by the student and clinical instructor. It will remain in effect for the remainder of the course. Any student who achieves an Unsatisfactory “U” performance at any time during the semester will receive a Learning Contract with a success plan. Passing Criteria This is a criterion referenced evaluation process. The student must demonstrate competency of each Student Learning Outcome by demonstrating consistent progression towards a satisfactory performance of the Nurse of the Future Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes (KSA). Students not demonstrating progression or meeting the expectations of their Learning Contract will be unsuccessful on their summative evaluation tool, resulting in a failing grade for the course.
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  • Spring '14
  • Nursing, Clinical trial, Student Learning Outcomes

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