In this book, Suanna Wilson provides a comprehensive overview of student supervision written directly for agency administrators as well as school faculty involved in field instruction. Based on her rich knowledge and extensive professional experience, she offers specific guidelines and directions for successful field placement, including interviewing and assigning students, monitoring and assessing their performance, analyzing and addressing the common needs and anxieties of both students and instructors, and much more. She also examines the characteristics of the accreditation process, the role and responsibilities of the school and the agency, and the legal aspects of field instruction itself. In addition, Appendices highlight typical problem situations encountered in student supervision and offer performance evaluation exercises, group training exercises, case examples and samples of documents useful in field instruction.It will take less time to complete the form than it will to do a written narrative following an outline, but those numbers, so hastily given, are very ... 186 FIELD INSTRUCTION Characteristics of Well-written Versus Poorly Written Evaluations.
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