Gatekeeping in BSW Programs

By Patty Gibbs; Eleanor H. Blakely | Go to book overview
18. The Use of Comprehensive Exit Exams 359 Lynn Frantz Adkins
Part IV: Appendixes: Gatekeeping Materials and Sample Tools 379
Appendix 1. Questions for Student Admissions Essay 381
Appendix 2. Sample BSW Admissions Rating Sheet 384
Appendix 3. Student Admissions Contract and Code of Conduct 388
Appendix 4. Academic Performance Review Policy: Student Continuation, Review, and Dismissal 390
Appendix 5. Informed Consent Form for Psychological Testing 398
Appendix 6. Student Self-Assessment 400
Appendix 7. Volunteer Experience Materials 405
Appendix 8. Reference Letter Form 409
Appendix 9. Field Instruction Tool for Evaluation of Student Performance 412
Appendix 10. Grading Checklist 419
Appendix 11. Critical Thinking Rubric 421
Appendix 12. Syllabus Demonstrating Use of Portfolio Assessment 423
Appendix 13. Commission on Accreditation Supplement to the Handbook of Accreditation Standards and Procedures: Guidelines for Termination for Academic and Professional Reasons 435
Appendix 14. Comparing Codes of Ethics:
An Assignment for Developing Critical-Thinking Abilities 437
Index439

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