Asbury University Bachelor of Social Work Program End of Semester Field Evaluation Form

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1 Asbury University Bachelor of Social Work Program End of Semester Field Evaluation Form GENERAL INFORMATION Student Agency Faculty Field Professor Agency Field Supervisor Field Experience Beginning Date Ending Date MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES/ASSIGNMENTS (List Top 5)

2 INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING THE FIELD EVALUATION PROCESS The BSW Curriculum at Asbury University is organized around 9 competencies and 30 behaviors (consistent with CSWE 2015 EPAS). The Competencies are: Demonstrate Ethical & Professional Behavior; Engage Diversity & Difference in Practice; Advance Human Rights & Social, Economic, and Environmental Justice; Engage in Practice-Informed Research and Research- Informed Practice; Engage in Policy Practice; Engage with Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, & Communities; Assess Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, & Communities; Intervene with Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, & Communities; and Evaluate Practice with Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, & Communities. The Student and Agency Supervisor are encouraged to use the Field Learning Contract, as a basis to identify Field Learning Tasks for all 30 of the Behaviors. This Field Evaluation Form is completed at the end of the semester. During the semester, the student and the agency supervisor can, and is encouraged to, informally discuss the student s progress on the field learning tasks. This can be a basis for identifying a student who is experiencing difficulty in the field placement, so a mid-semester meeting can be scheduled with the faculty field professor. This type of meeting is important for the student, agency supervisor and faculty field professor to become aware of specific difficulties in order to allow time for a re-focusing of efforts, if needed. Prior to the start of the field placement experience, the students will have reviewed ALL the competencies and behaviors, in the field seminar classes. As the agency supervisor, you can view your student as the expert on these competencies and behaviors and you will contribute your expertise to the evaluation process by knowing your agency and actively engaging your student in the evaluation process. The faculty field professor will be available to assist you in ALL the steps of the process. LEARNING CONTRACT (INCLUDING TASKS WORKSHEET) The evaluation process for the student should begin when the student starts the field placement, by completing the Field Learning Contract. The following are steps to follow to complete the Learning Contract: (1) As the agency supervisor, you and your student will complete the beginning pages of the Learning Contract. (2) Next the agency supervisor will review the tasks that are already checked on the worksheet these are tasks that should be relevant to MOST agencies. If it is NOT relevant then it can be crossed off on this worksheet. (3) Next the agency supervisor will review the remaining tasks on the worksheet and check ones that are relevant to the agency/field site. For example the tasks that start with the word discuss should be possible in most setting by having the student bring relevant content to discuss from their classes. (4) Lastly both the agency supervisor and student will sign the agreement on the last page, and the student will be responsible to provide a copy for the agency supervisor. (5) The original is given to the seminar professor and the faculty field professor maintains the ORIGINAL copy for his/her use. 2

3 FIELD EVALUATION FORM The evaluation process should reflect an ever-increasing ability to do self-directed practice, and students should be able to assume greater autonomy and a more challenging caseload, with clinical supervision, as the semester progresses. This growth should be understood through beginner generalist bachelor level social work. Transferring Tasks from Worksheet to Evaluation Form Once the Learning Contract is completed (including the tasks worksheet), it will be the responsibility of the student to transfer this information from the Worksheet to the Field Evaluation Form. The student will check appropriate tasks in the 2 nd column of the Field Evaluation Form. The student will have time in a field seminar class to complete this process. Field Evaluation When this process is completed, you as the agency supervisor can begin to evaluate the student s progress, based on these tasks. The following are steps to follow to complete the field evaluation form for the semester: (1) During supervision take time to review the evaluation form with your student and identify AT LEAST ONE TASK that will be the basis for evaluating EACH BEHAVIOR i.e. ALL 30 behaviors. If a relevant task is NOT identified, there is space in column on the field evaluation form, in order to briefly (a few words) identify a relevant task in your agency/. When you have completed this process for a student, you can use this same task as you work with Asbury University students as well as students from other BSW/MSW programs. (2) PRIOR TO THE VISIT BY THE FACULTY FIELD PROFESSOR, the agency supervisor with the student will discuss each of the 30 behaviors and relevant tasks and decide on a rating from 1-5. The rating scale is at the top of each page of the evaluation form. (3) DURING THE MEETING WITH THE FACULTY FIELD PROFESSOR, the field evaluation form will be reviewed. All behaviors MUST BE EVALUATED. The faculty field professor will also assist the agency supervisor to complete the summary form for the semester, which will be the basis for determining 50% of the grade for Field Practicum. The evaluation form WILL BE SIGNED at this meeting. Copies will be made as follows: a. Faculty Field Professor ORIGINAL b. Agency Supervisor COPY c. Student COPY 3

4 Summary Page The last two pages of the field evaluation form include the overall student rating. Please indicate on the chart the Global Competency Ratings from (1 5), the student received for each of the 10 Competencies (Competency Practice is divided into 4 subparts a, b, c, and d. Add up the total and divide by the number of Competencies ratings indicated on the chart, in order to get the average (mean rating). This average (mean rating) will be the Overall Rating for the semester, and the Faculty Field Professor will circle the appropriate grade on the Grading Chart. YOUR FACULTY FIELD PROFESSOR CAN ASSIST YOU IN COMPLETING THE CHART ON THE SUMMARY SHEET. NOTE: The grade for Field Instruction has two components, the actual score given by the Agency Supervisor and Faculty Field Professor; and the score given by the Field Seminar Professor, who is responsible for recording the final grade. Your careful attention to the completion of this evaluation form and your feedback on our students progress in Field Education are greatly appreciated. 4

5 3 Copies: 1 Faculty Field Professor; 1 Agency Supervisor; 1 Student (Copies are made by the STUDENT and GIVEN to these individuals listed above) ASBURY UNIVERSITY BSW PROGRAM FIELD EVALUATION FORM BASED ON 2015 CSWE EPAS Rating System for Behaviors Criteria Description 5 Consistently meets expectation for competency 4 Frequently meets expectation for competency 3 Usually able to meet expectation for competency 2 Sometimes meets expectation for competency 1 No evidence of meeting competency Competency Demonstrate Ethical & Professional Behavior Midterm Final Behaviors (Nos. 1-4) Field Learning Tasks Rating (1-5) Rating (1-5) #1 - Social workers make ethical decisions by applying the standards of the NASW Code of Ethics, relevant laws and regulations, models for ethical decision- making, ethical conduct of research, and additional codes of ethics as appropriate to context at the micro, mezzo and/or macro levels. Review NASW Code of Ethics & discuss relevant to Discuss application of Code of Ethics to specific client situations Review ethical decision-making models and discuss relevant to Discuss ethical dilemmas in working with clients Discuss application of decision-making models to #2 - Social workers use reflection and self- regulation to manage personal values and maintain professionalism in practice situations, recognizing how their personal experiences and affective reactions influence their professional judgment & behavior. #3 - Social workers demonstrate professional demeanor in behavior; appearance; and oral, written, and electronic communication. #4 - Social workers use supervision and consultation to guide professional judgment and behavior. cases in Discuss personal reflections and/or efforts to improve i.e. has ability to be self-critical and open to improvement Use journaling to identify personal reflections and/or efforts to improve Develop agenda for weekly session with supervisor Monitor appropriate behavior in the agency setting Review written guidelines (specific to the field setting) which are relevant to professional roles and boundaries Monitor appropriate behavior, appearance & communication in the agency setting Bring questions to weekly sessions with supervisor Review written guidelines (specific to the field setting) which are relevant to professional demeanor 5

6 Competency Engage Diversity and Difference in Practice Midterm Final Behaviors (Nos. 5-8) Field Learning Tasks Rating (1-5) Rating (1-5) #5 - Social workers apply and communicate understanding of the importance of diversity and difference in shaping life experiences in practice at the micro, mezzo, and/or macro levels. Discuss experiences in working with clients from diverse backgrounds Learn from diverse clients and constituencies #6 - Social workers present themselves as learners and engage clients and constituencies as experts of their own experiences. #7 - Social workers apply self- awareness and self- regulation to manage the influence of personal biases and values in working with diverse clients, constituencies & vulnerable populations. #8 - Social workers understand that, as a consequence of difference, a person s life experiences may include oppression, poverty, marginalization, and alienation as well as privilege, power, and acclaim. Research how a specific diverse group can be oppressed or marginalized in society (select group based on ) Develop and/or present a workshop/training on cultural diversity Discuss how personal values impact practice Discuss ethical dilemmas in working with clients Develop collaborative relationships with clients and/or colleagues, from diverse backgrounds Use journaling to identify cultural diversity and/or justice issues, relevant to Competency Advance Human Rights & Social, Economic, and Environmental Justice Midterm Final Behaviors (Nos. 9-11) Field Learning Tasks Rating (1-5) Rating (1-5) #9 - Social workers apply their understanding of social, economic, and environmental justice to advocate for human rights at the individual and system levels and/or engage in practices that advance social, economic, & environmental justice. Discuss efforts by the agency to advocate for human rights at the individual, system, and global levels Discuss the agency s strategies to eliminate oppressive structural barriers to human rights #10 - Social workers understand the global interconnections of oppression and human rights violations, and are knowledgeable about theories of human need and social justice and strategies to promote social and economic justice and human rights. #11 - Social workers understand strategies designed to eliminate oppressive structural barriers to ensure that social goods, rights, and responsibilities are distributed equitably and that civil, political, environmental, economic, social, and cultural human rights are protected. Discuss course content & integrate with learning in Competency Engage in Practice-Informed Research and Research-Informed Practice Midterm Final Behaviors (Nos ) Field Learning Tasks Rating (1-5) Rating (1-5) #12 - Social workers use practice experience and theory to inform scientific inquiry and research & use and translate research evidence to inform and improve practice, policy and service delivery. Discuss course content & integrate with learning in Analyze & discuss application of developmental theories (micro, mezzo or macro) to clients in field setting Discuss systems theory (micro, mezzo or macro) #13 - Social workers apply critical thinking to engage in & understand analysis of quantitative and qualitative research methods and research findings & their respective roles in advancing a science of social work & in evaluating their practice. Analyze & discuss cases based on systems theory (micro, mezzo or macro) Discuss strengths-based generalist practice & other models presented by agency supervisor and/or relevant to Analyze & discuss cases based on one or more model for generalist practice Discuss research assignment relevant to Case Study Conduct literature review relevant to research questions Discuss research findings in the literature relevant to a specific client and/or client population in the agency 6

7 Competency Engage in Policy Practice Midterm Final Behaviors (Nos ) Field Learning Tasks Rating (1-5) Rating (1-5) #14 - Social workers identify social policy at the local, state, and federal level that impacts well- being, service delivery, and access to social services. Discuss agency policy history and current structures & procedures as relevant to specific case situations #15 - Social workers assess how social welfare and economic policies impact the delivery of and access to social services. #16 - Social workers apply critical thinking to analyze, formulate, and advocate for policies that advance human rights and social, economic, and environmental justice. #17 - Social workers understand the history and current structures of social policies and services, the role of policy in service delivery, and the role of practice in policy development. Discuss local/state/federal policies relevant to client population in agency In supervision, critically assess policies related to agency Attend a policy-related event e.g. Lobby Day Competency Engage with Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, & Midterm Final Communities Behaviors (Nos ) Field Learning Tasks Rating (1-5) Rating (1-5) #18 - Social workers apply knowledge of human behavior and the social environment, person- in- environment, and other multidisciplinary theoretical frameworks to engage with clients and constituencies. Discuss or write an assessment - Case Study Write a macro (community or organization) assessment Case Study Discuss and/or write a section on client s strengths (part of an assessment process in the agency) Write goals and/or objectives for working with a client, based on an assessment (Case Study) #19 - Social workers use empathy, reflection, and interpersonal skills to effectively and appropriately engage diverse clients and constituencies. Discuss the process for engaging clients in the services provided by the Develop and/or implement a plan for beginning work with a client system (micro, mezzo, and/or macro) Discuss progress in developing empathy and other interpersonal skills 7

8 Competency Assess Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, & Communities Midterm Final Behaviors (Nos ) Field Learning Tasks Rating (1-5) Rating (1-5) #20 - Social workers collect and organize data, and apply critical thinking to interpret information from clients and constituencies. Review processes in agency to collect research data Discuss research assignment relevant to Case Study Discuss and/or write a section on client s strengths #21 - Social workers apply knowledge of human behavior and the social environment, person- in- environment, and other multidisciplinary theoretical frameworks in the analysis of assessment data from clients and constituencies. #22 - Social workers develop mutually agreed- on intervention goals and objectives based on the critical assessment of strengths, needs, and challenges within clients and constituencies. #23 - Social workers select appropriate intervention strategies based on the assessment, research knowledge, and values and preferences of clients and constituencies. (part of an assessment process in the agency) Conduct literature review relevant to research questions Discuss research findings in the literature relevant to a specific client and/or client population in the agency Discuss or write an assessment - Case Study Write a macro (community or organization) assessment Case Study Discuss, develop and/or implement process to track client s progress in attaining goals Discuss, observe and/or participate in program evaluation processes e.g. need assessment, program monitoring, grant process Write goals and/or objectives for working with a client, based on an assessment (Case Study) Complete agency-specific paperwork Discuss agency s qualitative or quantitative research methods Discuss, observe and/or provide an evaluative and/or final session for a client Competency Intervene with Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, & Communities Midterm Final Behaviors (Nos ) Field Learning Tasks Rating (1-5) Rating (1-5) #24 - Social workers apply knowledge of human behavior and the social environment, person- in- environment, and other multidisciplinary theoretical frameworks in interventions with clients and constituencies. Discuss course content & integrate with learning in Analyze & discuss application of developmental theories (micro, mezzo or macro) to clients in field setting Discuss systems theory (micro, mezzo or macro) Analyze & discuss cases based on systems theory (micro, mezzo or macro) Discuss strengths-based generalist practice & other models presented by agency supervisor and/or relevant to Analyze & discuss cases based on one or more #25 - Social workers use inter- professional collaboration as appropriate to achieve beneficial practice outcomes. #26 - Social workers negotiate, mediate, and advocate with and on behalf of diverse clients, constituencies, and vulnerable populations. #27 - Social workers facilitate effective transitions and endings that advance mutually agreed- on goals. model for generalist practice Bring questions to weekly sessions with supervisor Develop agenda for weekly session with supervisor Discuss and/or make referrals and/or provide negotiation or mediation services for clients in Discuss, observe and/or provide negotiation, mediation and/or advocacy services for clients in a Discuss efforts by the agency to advocate for human rights at the individual, system, and global levels Discuss the agency s strategies to eliminate oppressive structural barriers to human rights Develop collaborative relationships with clients and/or colleagues, from diverse backgrounds Observe and/or conduct a transitional and/or ending with a client system 8

9 Competency Evaluate Practice with Individuals, Families, Groups, Midterm Final Organizations, & Communities Behaviors (Nos ) Field Learning Tasks Rating (1-5) Rating (1-5) #28 - Social workers select, analyze, monitor, evaluate and use appropriate methods for Discuss and/or write a section on client s strengths (part of an assessment process in the agency) evaluation of program processes & outcomes. Write goals and/or objectives for working with a client, based on an assessment (Case Study) #29 - Social workers apply knowledge of human behavior and the social environment, person- in- environment, and other multidisciplinary theoretical frameworks in the evaluation of outcomes. #30 - Social workers apply evaluation findings to improve practice effectiveness at the micro, mezzo, and/or macro levels. Discuss and/or complete intervention and/or case management plan relevant to practice setting Discuss, observe and/or provide relevant services for one or more clients (individual, group, family and/or crisis intervention) in the Discuss and/or make referrals and/or provide negotiation or mediation services for clients in Discuss, observe and/or provide negotiation, mediation and/or advocacy services for clients in a Discuss and/or conduct a transition or ending session with a client system Review processes in agency to collect research data Discuss research assignment relevant to Case Study Conduct literature review relevant to research questions Discuss research findings in the literature relevant to a specific client and/or client population in the agency Discuss, develop and/or implement process to track client s progress in attaining goals Discuss, observe and/or participate in program evaluation processes e.g. need assessment, program monitoring, grant process Complete agency-specific paperwork Discuss agency s qualitative or quantitative research methods Discuss, observe and/or provide an evaluative and/or final session for a client 9

10 3 Copies: 1 Faculty Field Professor; 1 Agency Supervisor; 1 Student (Copies are made by the STUDENT and GIVEN to these individuals listed above) Summary for Semester Student s Name Date 1. What strengths have you observed in the student? 2. What areas do you identify for personal and professional growth in the student? Recommended percentage grade for student (to be completed by agency supervisor) % Student s Signature Date Agency Supervisor s Signature Date Field Professor s Signature Date 10

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