Professionalism Template 2




Respect

Learner treats peers and faculty with respect.


Areas of Concern/
Remediation Needed

  • Lacks engagement with group: reading other materials/checking email, not paying attention.
  • Disrupts others (e.g. loud, joking).
  • Makes inappropriate comments. Uses inappropriate language.


Expected Behavior

  • Respects others' opinions.
  • Engages appropriately in activities.
  • Displays no apparent issue.


Ideal Behavior

  • Engages respectfully with faculty/peers beyond formal tasks.
  • Asks to assist others.
  • Leads the group without taking over.


Respect: Comment specifically on any item rated as an "Area of Concern" or as "Ideal Behavior." Be as specific as possible to provide meaningful feedback.



Truthfulness

Learner appropriately balances truth and tact.


Areas of Concern/
Remediation Needed

  • Lacks consistency in providing accurate information or sometimes provides misleading information or conceals important information.


Expected Behavior

  • Reports only data that they gathered or collected; communicates honestly and directly with peers and faculty.


Ideal Behavior

  • Communicates honestly and directly; tells important truths even when unwelcome.


Truthfulness: Comment specifically on any item rated as an "Area of Concern" or as "Ideal Behavior." Be as specific as possible to provide meaningful feedback.



Conscientiousness/Preparation

Learner is thorough and dependable in completing assigned tasks.


Areas of Concern/
Remediation Needed

  • Forgets needed materials.
  • Not prepared to contribute to solutions.
  • Neither thorough nor dependable in following through on assigned tasks.


Expected Behavior

  • Has read the materials and can respond appropriately to questions.
  • Contributes to the discussion.
  • Displays dependable behavior and follows through on assigned tasks.


Ideal Behavior

  • Well prepared; may even bring additional handout/materials.
  • Demonstrates diligent behavior in follow-up and effort above and beyond what is typically expected.


Conscientiousness/Preparation: Comment specifically on any item rated as an "Area of Concern" or as "Ideal Behavior." Be as specific as possible to provide meaningful feedback.



Discernment

Student is aware of the limits of their knowledge/skills/attitudes.


Areas of Concern/
Remediation Needed

  • Not aware of the limits of their skills, knowledge; fails to seek help when needed.
  • Fails to respond in a timely manner to feedback.
  • Tends to place blame on external factors rather than reflect on opportunities for improvement.


Expected Behavior

  • Aware of one's limitations and seeks out help when needed.


Ideal Behavior

  • Well aware of one's limitations; is able to cope with uncertainty and incomplete set of facts to analyze situations effectively.
  • Models appropriate behavior for their peers and junior colleagues.
  • Shows a willingness to accept their limitations and takes measures to implement corrective changes.


Discernment: Comment specifically on any item rated as an "Area of Concern" or as "Ideal Behavior." Be as specific as possible to provide meaningful feedback.



Participation

Learner is actively involved with learning.


Areas of Concern/
Remediation Needed

  • Arrives late.
  • Does not stay on task.
  • Complains of difficulty without seeking help or feedback.


Expected Behavior

  • Arrives on time.
  • Uses time well to complete tasks.
  • Stays with the group.


Expected Behavior

  • Works on difficult tasks to the end.
  • Is especially perseverant and focused.
  • Helps others learn and complete tasks.


Participation: Comment specifically on any item rated as an "Area of Concern" or as "Ideal Behavior." Be as specific as possible to provide meaningful feedback.



Learner's areas of strength

Please list 2 to 3 especially noteworthy aspects of this student's behavior.



Learner's areas for improvement

This is first and foremost a formative learning experience. Please suggest specific areas for improvement. For any items rated as an "Area of Concern," describe what the student should do to achieve the quality range expected at this point. List any behaviors that may be interfering with the student's ability to perform at a higher level.



Reservations about this student's professionalism

Do you have any reservations about this student's professionalism?


Yes


No



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