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Evaluation for BSW Internship SW 491
Directions for Completing the SW 491 Field Evaluation:
This evaluation is to be completed before the end of the BSW student's semester at the agency. To pass SW 491, the student must have achieved a rating of at least 3 out of 5 in each competency. Competencies should have been developed through tasks listed in the Work Plan. The Field Instructor may fill this form out alone, then consult with the student, or the Field Instructor may complete this in partnership with the student. There is one area at the end to give summary comments. The Field Instructor and student must go over the evaluation together before the semester ends. Hours must be completed by the end of the semester, but the evaluation can be signed by the Field Instructor when he/she can attest that the hours will be completed in time, before they actually are. Field Instructors recommend a grade; the BSW Field Coordinator assigns the final grade for the course. The evaluation is stored online, and the student and/or Field Instructor may print out a copy for the record.
How to rate the behaviors:
This Likert scale is to measure your assessment of this student in light of what one could expect of a well-trained and high-performing BSW student. The scale is not to assess the intern in light of expectations for a seasoned professional social worker.
|Superior Competence||The intern has excelled in this area, as demonstrated by behavior.|
|Above Average||The intern is functioning above expectations in this area, as demonstrated by behaviors.|
|Competent||The intern has met the expectations for in this area, as demonstrated by behaviors.|
|Needs Improvement||The intern has not yet met the expectations in this area through demonstration of behaviors, but gives indication they can do so in the near future.|
|Unsatisfactory||The intern has not met the expectations in this area through demonstration of behaviors, and does not give indications they can do so in the near future.|