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Appendix C
California State University Sacramento
Graduate Gerontology Program
GERO 295 Program & Course Learning Outcomes
Student: __________________________
Agency: __________________________
Student Self Evaluation
Complete the following self evaluation matrix by scoring the degree of your learning, change, and growth (Most are expected to be 1s & 2s). Give a couple of brief examples for each
of the objectives that demonstrate how your experiences and Portfolio work exhibits accomplishment of each of the Course Learning Outcomes. Indicate “does not address” when
appropriate & explain. Total your scores at the end of the evaluation form. Complete your Strengths and Areas for Growth and discuss with your Supervisor and Faculty Advisor.
Key:
(3) = Highly Competent = graded exemplars demonstrate advanced understanding, completion of outcome
(2) = Mostly Competent = graded exemplars demonstrate strong understanding or completion of outcome
(1) = Needs Improvement = graded exemplars demonstrate basic understanding or completion of outcome
(0) = No Evidence = objective not completed during internship
Self Assessment of
Specific Practice Examples of
Gerontology Program Learning Outcomes
learning, change, & growth
How Objectives & Outcomes were Met
From (can reference exemplars’ date/page):
& Course Objectives
Highly
Mostly
Needs
No
Faculty & Supervisor discussions; research analysis critique, Community
Comp
Comp Improve Evid
Proposal & Presentation; self, supervisor, & faculty evaluations;
comparisons of learning from various courses
1.
Demonstrates advanced understanding
of fundamental interdisciplinary evidence-
3
2
1
0
based knowledge.
1.1
Apply understanding of changing demographics
while completing internship duties, Project
Implementation & Presentation.
1.2
Demonstrate thorough understanding of
gerontologists’ multiple roles & responsibilities while
completing internship duties, Project Implementation
and Presentation and in discussions with students,
faculty, intern supervisor, and agency staff in
Internship.
1.3
Analyze & discuss how gerontologists in various
roles affect and are affected by society myths, norms,
Appendix C
California State University Sacramento
Graduate Gerontology Program
GERO 295 Program & Course Learning Outcomes
Student: __________________________
Agency: __________________________
Student Self Evaluation
Complete the following self evaluation matrix by scoring the degree of your learning, change, and growth (Most are expected to be 1s & 2s). Give a couple of brief examples for each
of the objectives that demonstrate how your experiences and Portfolio work exhibits accomplishment of each of the Course Learning Outcomes. Indicate “does not address” when
appropriate & explain. Total your scores at the end of the evaluation form. Complete your Strengths and Areas for Growth and discuss with your Supervisor and Faculty Advisor.
Key:
(3) = Highly Competent = graded exemplars demonstrate advanced understanding, completion of outcome
(2) = Mostly Competent = graded exemplars demonstrate strong understanding or completion of outcome
(1) = Needs Improvement = graded exemplars demonstrate basic understanding or completion of outcome
(0) = No Evidence = objective not completed during internship
Self Assessment of
Specific Practice Examples of
Gerontology Program Learning Outcomes
learning, change, & growth
How Objectives & Outcomes were Met
From (can reference exemplars’ date/page):
& Course Objectives
Highly
Mostly
Needs
No
Faculty & Supervisor discussions; research analysis critique, Community
Comp
Comp Improve Evid
Proposal & Presentation; self, supervisor, & faculty evaluations;
comparisons of learning from various courses
1.
Demonstrates advanced understanding
of fundamental interdisciplinary evidence-
3
2
1
0
based knowledge.
1.1
Apply understanding of changing demographics
while completing internship duties, Project
Implementation & Presentation.
1.2
Demonstrate thorough understanding of
gerontologists’ multiple roles & responsibilities while
completing internship duties, Project Implementation
and Presentation and in discussions with students,
faculty, intern supervisor, and agency staff in
Internship.
1.3
Analyze & discuss how gerontologists in various
roles affect and are affected by society myths, norms,
and expectations with Supervisor and Professor.
1.4
Take a proactive role in communicating with
others in the community about gerontology and its role
as a service discipline and discuss with Supervisor and
Professor.
1.5
Clearly demonstrate knowledge of how
interrelationships among holistic variables affect older
adults and their families and discuss with Supervisor
and Professor.
1.6
Use theories and concepts drawn from
gerontology and other graduate courses to promote
the health and well being of aging individuals, families,
and aggregate groups in Project implementation.
1.7
Discuss how gerontological concepts, Nat’l
Gerontology competencies, and theories relate to
practice in this Project/Internship setting with
Supervisor and Professor.
2.
Demonstrate highly developed critical
thinking when analyzing diverse and complex
3
2
1
0
aging issues and outcomes for elders,
families, and society from an interdisciplinary
perspective that is grounded in the sciences,
social sciences and humanities.
2.1
Use knowledge gained from gerontology and
other graduate courses when completing the Project or
delivering service to designated population & discuss
with Supervisor and Professor.
2.2
Complete Project or Internship according to
guidelines, demonstrating analysis of situations
encountered.
2.3
Use EB analysis and problem solving when
making decisions throughout Project/Internship.
2.4
Discuss identified client and project needs with
Supervisor and Professor and respond in a
knowledgeable, ethical, and professional manner.
2.5
Use the decision making process (assessment,
planning, implementation & evaluation) in a
professional manner to formulate alternative solutions
to concerns & problems when working with older
adults, caregivers, families, & professional staff.
2.6
Present EB counter viewpoints/alternative
hypotheses on a variety of issues to Supervisor and
Professor.
2.7
Implement decisions/solutions for clients,
families, and Project within agency policy, procedures,
& structure.
2.8
Take responsibility for own decisions in a
professional manner.
3.
Synthesize and apply current
3
2
1
0
interdisciplinary theory and evidence-based
(EB) research in applied settings.
3.1
Apply specific concepts & theories from all
interdisciplinary graduate courses while incorporating
holistic aspects of aging to Project/Internship situations
and in discussions with Supervisor and Professor.
3.2
Incorporate current EB research related to
Project/Internship practice area throughout Project
development, implementation, evaluation, and
presentation and all discussions with Supervisor and
Professor.
3.3
Complete Project Abstract at an advanced level
of analysis & according to guidelines.
3.4
Analyze how various disciplines’ theories work
together in the agency to promote meeting the mission
of the agency and discuss with Supervisor and
Professor.
3.5
Bring sample EB research that would be helpful
to the agency and discuss with Supervisor.
3.6
Discuss ways you use research in your agency
in discussions with your Professor.
3.7
Use correct EB methodologies when
implementing projects during Internship & in Project
implementation & presentation.
3.8
Help others in your specific Project/Internship
setting to understand how important EB research is in
that setting.
3.9
Become a proficient consumer of EB research,
applying findings to practice area.
4.
Demonstrate social and cultural
3
2
1
0
awareness, sensitivity, respect, and support
of multiple perspectives when interacting with
others.
4.1
Apply understanding of own beliefs about
diversity and aging when completing the Project and
delivering service to elders and discuss with
Supervisor and Professor.
4.2
Apply understanding of psychosocial, cultural
and ethnic similarities and differences in the older
population when working with elders and discuss with
Supervisor and Professor.
4.3
Analyze how elders are treated and talked
about in the agency and discuss with Supervisor and
Professor.
4.4
Discuss with your supervisor and then develop
a plan how you can assist this agency in facilitating
access for elders; include in your Project presentation.
4.5
Discuss how this agency addresses the impact
of race, class, gender and age on society; include in
your Project Presentation.
4.6
Discuss how you approach others who
demonstrate ageism or use commonly generalized
information across groups, specifically the older adult
population.
Exhibit personal and social
5.
responsibility and ethical and professional
3
2
1
0
behavior in all settings.
5.1
Describe how own practice behaviors reflect
your values and beliefs about aging, health promotion
and National Gerontology competencies to Supervisor
and Professor.
5.2
Demonstrate respect for all individuals &
relationships while enacting Project/Internship and
student roles and in Project implementation and
presentation.
5.3
Analyze similarities and differences of others’
viewpoints (aging clients/families and co-workers) to
your own & how they impact Project/services rendered;
discuss in Project presentation.
5.4
Relate successful methods for working with
others having differing values/ beliefs and discuss with
Supervisor and Professor.
5.5
Formulate solutions for ethical concerns seen
during Project/Internship experiences and discuss with
Supervisor and Professor in a timely manner.
5.6
Use holistic understanding of an individual or
family’s belief system when addressing ethical
concerns in Project/Internship and discuss in Project
presentation.
5.7
Research at least one federal or state
legislative bill related to Project/own practice area,
write your legislator regarding issue; incorporate in
Project presentation.
5.8
Continue to identify need for change in agency
policies with regards to specific internship population.
5.9
Describe ways you advocated for
elders/families during Internship experience in
discussions with Supervisor and Professor.
5.10
Demonstrate understanding of differences
between personal and professional relationships in
interactions throughout Project/Internship.
5.11
Relate examples of own impact on others in
professional relationships in discussions with
Professor.
5.12 Demonstrate safe professional practice at all
times by using National Gerontology competencies
and Health promotion concepts when formulating and
implementing strategies to assist elders/families in
Project/Internship; incorporate in Project presentation.
5.13 Research & review all skills before
implementing in Internship.
5.14 Adhere & follow through on obligations and
agency policies and contracts with all parties in the
Project/Internship practice setting.
5.15 Evaluate own professional goals in Student
Evaluation.
5.16 Share knowledge and experiences with co-
workers, other students, faculty, and Internship
Supervisor.
5.17 Describe strategies reflecting own self direction
related to own learning in specific area of
Project/Internship with Professor.
5.18 Describe formal plans for planning for own life
long learning in discussions with Professor.
5.19 Identify & evaluate own strengths & areas for
improvement in an ongoing manner & communicate

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