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vii) To make sure that session by session there is some progress in the learner’s understanding of the cases and where no progress is noted, finding out where the problem lies and helping the learner overcome the same. viii) Through out the internship, the academic counselor who is the supervisor of the learner should continuously evaluate the learner’s performance. This is to be done in the following manner: a) Regular checking of the records submitted by the learner. b) Conducting individual supervisory conferences regularly as scheduled. c) Having continuous liaison with the agency supervisor who refers cases to the learner concerned. d) Evaluating the work of the learner as the verbatim report gets submitted. e) Informing the learner about his or her progress. f) Informing the learner where he/she needs to improve. g) Monitoring the visit of the learner to the agency and the work that is assigned. h) Evaluating the learner’s performance particularly in terms of acquisition of skills and techniques regularly, that is once a month or so and sharing the same with the learner during the supervisory conferences. i) Asking the learner to evaluate his or her own performance in terms of acquisition of skills etc., and helping the learner to overcome any problems that he or she faces. j) Discussing with the agency supervisor and finding out how the agency personnel feels about learner’s performance. k) Having a discussion with the agency personnel and the learner with regard to what all could be done to improve the learner’s performance.
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33 l) Evaluate the agency itself in terms of learning requirement and whether that agency is suitable and if not what alternatives could be considered. ix) The academic counsellor can evaluate performance of the learner in terms of varied aspects that are given in the box. Such an evaluation can also be done by the learner in terms of self evaluation. Both the supervisory evaluation and the learner’s evaluation may be discussed at the evaluation conference between the supervisor and the learner. This evaluation conference is to make the learner understand how far he has acquired the needed skills and proficiency in dealing with patients/clients/employees. BOX: Items for self evaluation and evaluation by the supervisor 1) Name of the learner: 2) Name of the Agency in which the learner was placed for training 3) Name of the supervisor at the Center 4) Name of the supervisor at the agency 5) Duration of training: Date of Joining and 6) Date of completing 7) Attendance at the place of training : Regular / Irregular / Excellent / Average / Poor 8) Attendance at the supervisory conferences : Regular / Irregular / Excellent / Average / Poor 9) No. of cases referred for Case history 10)No. of cases referred for testing: 11) No. of cases observed at therapy sessions: 12)What the learner has learned 13)What the learner is good at ** Rating ** 1. Interpersonal and professional competence 1. Maintains professional conduct (timeliness, dress code, language etc) 5 4 3 2 1 2. Interacts well with supervisors 5 4 3 2 1 3. Interacts well with other trainees 5 4 3 2 1 4.
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