AbstractThe following resource is an internship assessment created for the review of sociology field sites and students on completion of a one semester internship. In searching the literature, little was available on internships for sociology majors and we developed this tool to help our program improve placements as well as evaluate performance.
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- College 400
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Usage NotesThis is a tool for assessment of internship sites and student sucess. Information gathered from the use of this tools can provided important insights from the perspective of the student intern and the external internship supervisor.
The feedback can be used by faculty to promoting and improve the internship program through evaluating the...
Learning Goals and Assessments
- Apply critical thinking skills within the context of professional sociology practice skills.-Understand the ethical standards and principles and practice. -Understand the social processes whereby a social condition becomes defined as a social problem.
- Examine how macro-level social conditions relate to micro-level behaviors. -Develop critical thinking and visual literacy relating to understanding social problems.-Apply critical thinking skills within the context of sociology practice
- Practice without discrimination and with respect, knowledge, and skills related to clients’ age, class, color, culture, disability, ethnicity, family structure, gender, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex, and sexual orientation.
- The tool is a partial assessment of the goals for internship
- Other assessment includes 2 site visits, weekly reports, final presentation, and a possible single system paper or research study.
- Assessment of practice is done through student weekly reports, final presentation, and the evaluation tool completed by the student and internship supervisor