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Professional Behaviors Assessment 

 

The Physical Therapy Professional Behaviors Assessment supports the Physical Therapy program’s assessment of its students. It provides an electronic means for students to complete and track their yearly assessment for professional behaviors. After a student submits an assessment, the assessment is routed to an assigned advisor for evaluation. Advisors are able to monitor the progress of their student evaluations and offer feedback.  The application facilitates more efficient capture, management and analysis of assessment data, communication between advisors and students, reducing faculty and departmental effort and increasing participation rate.

UNF Administrative Applications Menu:

Advisor Assignment Control 

For each assessment period, the administrator will associate each Physical Therapy graduate student with an advisor.  This association allows for proper notification and routing to advisors when a student submits an assessment. Students generally follow a cohort.  However, the administrator can reassigned a student to a different cohort if necessary.  If a student has an assigned advisor in a previous assessment term, that advisor will be automatically assigned for subsequent term.

 

Intended Audience/Users: Administrator in the Physical Therapy Department


Assessment Period Control 

The Administrator will establish a new assessment period before each assessment starts. Begin and end dates are established which indicates the duration of the assessment period.  The “Active" indicator can be used to control students' access to the assessment.

 

Intended Audience/Users: Administrator in the Physical Therapy Department


Review Assessment by ID 

Faculty can review a student’s completed assessment by entering the student’s UNF ID.  Only a student's advisor can evaluate the assessment. Other authorized users can view a student's data. Once an evaluation is completed, an email is sent to the student.  The student can see the advisor’s comments on their assessment.

 

Intended Audience/Users: Faculty in the Physical Therapy Department

 

Review Assessment by Term 

Faculty can review a student’s completed assessment by selecting students by term.  The assessment list is presented with two panels associated with the “Assignee List” header and “Non-Assignee List” header.  Only a student's advisor can evaluate the assessment. Other authorized users can view a student's data. Once an evaluation is completed, an email is sent to the student. The student can see the advisor’s comments on their assessment.

 

Intended Audience/Users: Faculty in the Physical Therapy Department


Student Data Input 

There are a number of important data elements that are needed by the Physical Therapy department that are not available electronically.  The Student Data Input application allows the Administrator to enter various data elements for each student that is used for reporting purpose.

 

Intended Audience/Users: Administrator in the Physical Therapy Department

 

User Maintenance 

The User Maintenance application is used to grant access the other Administrative or Advisor applications that are part of the Physical Therapy Professional Behaviors Assessment system.  The Administrator is responsible for granting users the appropriate role.

 

Intended Audience/Users: Administrator in the Physical Therapy Department

 

Student Services Menu:

Professional Behaviors Assessment 

The Professional Behaviors Assessment application provides an electronic means for graduate students in Physical Therapy to complete and track their yearly assessment for professional behaviors.  Students can start a new assessment, continue working on an incomplete assessment, and view a completed assessment. An assessment does not need to be completed in one session. An assessment can be saved and worked on again at a later time. Once a student completes the entire assessment, the assessment is routed to an assigned advisor who will be immediately notified.

 

Intended Audience/Users: Graduate students in the Physical Therapy Department