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2/9/2019 View selected record ; 1/5 Walden University Social Work and Human Services MSW Foundation Field Evaluation Evaluatee Yarbrough, Charity Class group 1 Evaluator DANIELS, Peter LCSW Team 1 Rota±on A New Entry TX Course MSW Founda±on Academic Year 2018/2019 Period 2 From 2018-11-26 To 2019-02-10 Log Date & Time 2/1/2019 3:38:57 PM Dear Field Instructor: Below are ques±ons regarding the field experience performance of the Walden University MSW student you have been working with this term. Please complete all of the ques±ons and, if a student receives a ra±ng of 1 or 2 on any items in the sec±on, also please give wri²en feedback on what improvement needs to occur. If you have not had the opportunity to observe a student's performance on one or more of the items please note that in the survey. Please note however that students must have the opportunity to do all of the items indicated in the evalua±on by the end of their 2nd term of Field Experience. If you wish to leave the survey and come back to it later, please use the “Save Dra³” bu²on at the bo²om of the page. Please note that once you submit the evalua±on using the “Save Final” bu²on, it will close and you will not be able to make changes. As part of this process you need to review the evalua±on with your student. The student can log in under his/her account, review the evalua±on, enter comments, and save them. If you have any ques±ons about comple±ng this evalua±on feel free to contact [email protected] Thank you again for all that you do. Please summarize the student's primary responsibilites: Charity facilitate 3 client groups on health, family dynamics and life skills. Additionally she is being exposed to interagency dynamics and community collaboration and reporting. Charity interacts with the treatment team in helping to coordinate service delivery within the residential treatment center. Please rate the student on each of the following competencies using the following scale: 5 Demonstrates a high level of competency 4 Clearly demonstrates competency 3 Demonstrates minimal level of competency 2 Demonstrates inadequate level of competency 1 Fails to demonstrate even minimal competency NA Have not had an opportunity to observe (Only use this choice if the student has not had the opportunity to demonstrate the skill. Do not use if the student has had an opportunity but did not demonstrate the skill—this would be rated as “1”.) 5 = highly competent, 4 = clearly competent, 3 = minimally competent, 2 = inadequately competent, 1 = fail, NA = not observed Score Criteria Competency 1 - Demonstrate Ethical and Professional Behavior Please rate the student on each of the following 4 1. Make ethical decisions by applying the standards of the NASW Code of Ethics, relevant laws and regula±ons, models for ethical decision-making, ethical conduct of research, and addi±onal codes of ethics as appropriate to context
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