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Winter Internships. Internship Requirements. Must complete 120 hours total Approximately 12 hours / week Keep in mind Thanksgiving holiday What hours can you count? Tracking your hours Midterm Meeting Individual – YOUR responsibility to make appointment with me - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • WINTER INTERNSHIPS

  • Internship RequirementsMust complete 120 hours totalApproximately 12 hours / weekKeep in mind Thanksgiving holidayWhat hours can you count?Tracking your hours

    Midterm MeetingIndividual YOUR responsibility to make appointment with meMust be completed by the end of week 6

  • Daily Log NOT acceptable

    Date:Tasks / Skills:Reflection:Hours:(Todays Date)(Refers to what you accomplished or worked on at your internship)(Refers to what you learned about yourself, what you learned about your field, if you encountered any issues or concerns, how was it solved or what could be done to solve it)Daily / Total10 Oct 2011Oriented myself to the office staffI didnt really learn anything today.3 12 Oct 2011Worked with the kidsI learned that kids have short attention spans315 Oct 2011Ran practiceI love running practice5

  • Daily Log Acceptable

    Date:Tasks / Skills:Reflection:Hours:(Todays Date)(Refers to what you accomplished or worked on at your internship)(Refers to what you learned about yourself, what you learned about your field, if you encountered any issues or concerns, how was it solved or what could be done to solve it)Daily / Total

    10 Oct 2011Today I was assigned to work on a fall prevention program for seniors living in assisted living. I will be presenting my program to the caregivers at the assisted living facility on 10/20.I discovered that I really enjoy doing the research necessary to plan programs and presentations. I am having an issue with adequate work space but the supervisor is finding a desk for me.3 / 312 Oct 2011Today I was able to run practice so I drilled the team on 10m, 15m and 20m sprints with leg work in between.I really enjoy finding new ways to make practice fun and interactive. The paperwork of putting down practice drills on paper is a little tedious but Im sure it will get easier.3 / 6

  • As youre working at your sitePLEASE be professional!

    Supervisor evaluation of you matters

    If concerns arise

  • Evaluation / Self-Evaluation

    General Professional Skills:Displayed appropriate level of confidence in professional abilities.Ability to effectively communicate orally.Ability to effectively communicate in writing.Ability to effectively utilize and apply knowledge.Ability to analyze problems and effectively problem solve.Ability to develop a professional network (within the agency / community).Ability to meet deadlines.Ability to work beyond minimum expectations.Ability to accept feedback.Ability to maintain appropriate professional appearance and attitude.Ability to interact appropriately with all audiences (clients / colleagues).Displayed an interest in the operations of the agency.

  • CHE Competencies / Skills

    CHE Health Competency / SkillAccessed valid health-related data and resources.Used theory-based and/or evidence-based research results in program planning.Gathered qualitative and quantitative health data.Analyzed needs assessment data.Developed goals and created measurable objectives for health programs.Implemented intervention strategies to facilitate health-related change.Developed a comprehensive program evaluation plan.Used educational technology effectively.Used oral, electronic, and written techniques to communicate effectively with diverse audiences.Established professional and community relationships for collaborative efforts to influence health issues.Influenced local, school, state, and/or national policy to promote health.

  • EXSS Competencies / Skills

    EXSS Competencies / SkillsApplied appropriate qualitative and quantitative measurement and analysis techniques in assessment of constraints and constraint interactions.Determined intervention outcomes based on constraint and interaction assessment.Demonstrated effective manipulation of individual, environmental and task constraints in intervention development.Selected and implemented intervention components appropriate to a diverse range of individuals and groups.Applied interventions using a diverse range of equipment, facilities, resources and methods.Assessed effectiveness of a diverse range of individual and group interventions.Effectively communicated findings and recommendations for future practice to multiple audiences.Used oral, electronic, and written techniques to communicate effectively with a diverse range of audiences.Retrieved and evaluated research-based information from a variety of resources.

  • Keep in mindTangible product - I can help with ideasIdeas

    Community Health / Exercise Science InterviewsCannot interview a professor/instructor working for WOU.

  • Portfolio ComponentsResumeService Learning and Career Development Center in WUC free and helpful!Update with internship!

    Self-Assessment

    At least 3 evidences from required classes

    Survey Monkey link emailed to WOU account week 8

  • Example NOT acceptable

    Competency 1: Plan strategies, interventions and health education programs of instruction based on assessment of individual and community needs.Course Experience: Required Core ClassesHE227 Community/Public Health, HE375 Epidemiology, HE385 Foundations of Health Ed, HE473 Biometrics, HE487 Assessment/Eval, HE471 Program Planning, HE419 Internship1a. Access valid health-related data and use computerized sources of health-related information.In classes I used computers and the internet to research health related issues, statistics and analysis.1b. Use theory-based and/or evidence-based research results when planning programs and curriculums.I looked at some programs that were to launch in the future and read about theory.1c. Apply techniques to acquire qualitative and quantitative health data.

  • Example Acceptable

    Competency 1: Plan strategies, interventions and health education programs of instruction based on assessment of individual and community needs.Course Experience: Required Core ClassesHE227 Community/Public Health, HE375 Epidemiology, HE385 Foundations of Health Ed, HE473 Biometrics, HE487 Assessment/Eval, HE471 Program Planning, HE419 Internship1a. Access valid health-related data and use computerized sources of health-related information.HE227: Accessed the CDC website to learn about disease outbreaks and the regulations and protocols in place to address them. HE471: Utilized the US Census Bureau concerning health equity in various demographics.1b. Use theory-based and/or evidence-based research results when planning programs and curriculums.HE385: Studied a variety of theory-based and evidence-based methods and results including the Social Cognitive Theory, Health Belief Model and Theory of Planned Behavior and worked with a client using a theory to facilitate behavior change. (See Behavior Change Project)1c. Apply techniques to acquire qualitative and quantitative health data.HE375: Collected and research quantitative data pertaining to epidemiological studies and the spread of disease.HE487: Evaluated quantitative research of food, volunteer hours, and overall growth of Food for Lane County as it continues to serve a growing population subject to inadequate food resources.

  • Example Acceptable

    Competency 1: Plan effective exercise interventions based on assessment of individual, environmental, and task constraints, and on assessment of interactions among constraints.Course Experience: Required Core ClassesPE230 Foundations of EXSS, PE310 Motor Learning, PE371 Kinesiology, PE415 Lifespan Motor Dev, PE444 Adapted PA, , PE470 Soc & Psy of PA, PE473 Phys of Ex, PE483 Biomechanics, PE485 Exercise Testing & Rx, PE419 Internship1a. Apply appropriate qualitative and quantitative measurement and analysis techniques in assessment of constraints and constraint interactions.PE371 Kinesiology: We learned the structure and function of the human musculoskeletal system and how to apply movement analysis techniques to a wide range of fundamental and activity specific movement patterns.1b. Determine intervention outcomes based on constraint and interaction assessment.PE444 Adapted Physical Activity: We looked at problems associated with people with disabilities and the associations that help people with disabilities in the community and in the school system. We learned how to accommodate people with disabilities without them feeling like they are different. I was able to visit the Adaptive Riding Institute to learn what type of accommodations they make with horses for people with disabilities who want to ride horses.1c. Demonstrate effective manipulation of individual, environmental and task constraints in intervention development.PE485 Exercise Testing & Rx: I learned different methods and protocols for screening, evaluating, and prescribing exercise programs for healthy and non-healthy adults. There was an emphasis on exercise testing procedures and interpretation of results to promote a healthy, physically active lifestyle. This knowledge was applied to many case studies. With these case studies, there were several constraints and I had to make suggestions how to manage these constraints and work through them to have a successful exercise program. (See Competency 1 Case Study Risk Stratification)

  • Final MANDATORY meetingWednesday, March 19th, 12noon, location TBANO EXCEPTIONSExit survey link will be emailed March 19th before the meeting.

    Check WOU email throughout the term

    Please ask me questions!