Ethics of Intervention for Food Refusal Scoring Guide

12/4/2017 The Ethics of Intervention for Food Refusal Scoring Guide

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The Ethics of Intervention for Food Refusal Scoring Guide

Due Date: End of Unit 9. Percentage of Course Grade: 4%.

CRITERIA NON-PERFORMANCE BASIC PROFICIENT DISTINGUISHED

Assess personal reaction to interventions used to address problematic behaviors.

25%

Does not describe personal reaction to interventions used to address problematic behaviors.

Outlines an incomplete description of personal reaction to interventions used to address problematic behaviors.

Assesses personal reaction to interventions used to address problematic behaviors.

Assesses personal reaction to interventions used to address problematic behaviors, noting specific situations.

Explain how possible undesired side effects and ethical guidelines do not support the use of certain interventions.

25%

Does not show how possible undesired side effects and ethical guidelines do not support the use of certain interventions.

Provides an incomplete or inaccurate explanation of how possible undesired side effects and ethical guidelines do not support the use of certain interventions.

Explains how possible undesired side effects and ethical guidelines do not support the use of certain interventions.

Prepares a detailed explanation using specific examples of how possible undesired side effects and ethical guidelines do not support the use of certain interventions.

Explain how potential benefits and an individual’s right to effective treatment support the use of certain interventions.

25%

Does not show how potential benefits and an individual’s right to effective treatment support the use of certain interventions.

Provides an incomplete or inaccurate explanation of how potential benefits and an individual’s right to effective treatment support the use of certain interventions.

Explains how potential benefits and an individual’s right to effective treatment support the use of certain interventions.

Prepares a detailed explanation using specific examples of how potential benefits and an individual’s right to effective treatment support the use of certain interventions.

Evaluate personal reaction to determine how ethical and professional conduct principles influence the selection of interventions and treatments for problematic behaviors.

25%

Does not distinguish personal reaction to determine how ethical and professional conduct principles influence the selection of interventions and treatments for problematic behaviors.

Applies at a basic level ethical and professional conduct principles to evaluate personal reaction to the selection of interventions and treatments for problematic behaviors.

Evaluates personal reaction to determine how ethical and professional conduct principles influence the selection of interventions and treatments for problematic behaviors.

Evaluates personal reaction to determine how ethical and professional conduct principles influence the selection of interventions and treatments for problematic behaviors.

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