personal relationships friendships actively seek ways to preserve beauty

Personal relationships friendships actively seek ways

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personal relationships & friendships actively seek ways to preserve beauty & balance in nature live in harmony with others (not the same as always giving in) contribution to community & environment to build a better place to live more focused on the greater good awareness of the impact one person can make on many environments (work, home, community, etc.) Occupational (Financial) personal satisfaction through & attitude about work recognition & acknowledgement from peers & managers for a job well done level of happiness, fulfillment, & enrichment gained through life’s work job draws on passion & interests choice of profession, job satisfaction, career ambitions, & personal performance feel connection to others at the workplace Modified from Love to live well Assessment created by Anna Love (Founder, Love to Live Well), 2010 Page 3 of 4
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Rubric NOTE: All assignments must be submitted on time. Assignments submitted after the deadline will be accepted up to 48 hours with 5 late points off per day. Assignments will receive a grade of zero after 48 hours. Use this rubric to guide your work on the Module 2-1 assignment. Tasks Target Acceptable Unacceptable Recommenda tions for health promotion or wellness interventions ( 50 points) (50- 26 points) Two or more comprehensive and detailed recommendations/interv entions for health promotion/wellness of the interview family is complete and submitted on time. One or two general recommendations/ interventions for health promotion/wellnes s of the interview family is complete and submitted on time. (25- 10 points) Vague or missing recommendations/ interventions for health promotion/wellness of the interview family is not submitted on time. Has minimal information. (0-9 points) Communicati on/ Patient teaching plan (30 points) Concise patient teaching plan for communicating and educating the Health Promotion/Wellness recommendations/interv entions (30- 16 points) Partially identified patient teaching plan for communicating and educating the Health Promotion/Wellnes s recommendations/ Interventions (15- 10 points) Minimal or no identified patient teaching plan for communicating and educating the Health Promotion/Wellness recommendations /interventions (0-9 points) Reflection and Conclusions (20 points) Comprehensive reflection and lessons learned (20-11 points) (max 50 po General reflection and lessons learned (10-6 points) Minimal or no identified reflection or lessons learned (0-5 points) Page 4 of 4
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