You must demonstrate that you have met the learning outcomes of the module (see page 4). The formal assessment has TWO components and you must pass boh: Component 1. Participation in a classroom based inter-professional meeting You must participate in a class based inter-professional meeting to demonstrate key aspects of effective partnership working and self-awareness. In the session you are expected to participate in a group discussion based on the scenario developed in weeks 6 and 8. Your group will need to: Identify up to 3 priorities to improve the partnership working arrangements in the chosen scenario in order to enhance the lives of the service users Each group will have needed to agree in advance 1) a chair to facilitate the group discussion and 2) a person to set the scene of the scenario. You will have been given a time to attend â€“ please arrive 10 minutes before the due time and wait outside until we call you into the exam room. It is important that the discussion is not in any way â€œscriptedâ€ but is free flowing. We are not looking for a right answer but genuine reflection and consideration of the issues. You may use the summary of the scenario drawn up in week 8 as a reminder of the key issues discussed to date. The aim of the discussion is to extend these ideas not simply repeat them! This component is marked on a pass or fail basis on the extent to which the group discussion sufficiently identifies and discusses 3 priorities. It is expected all members of the group will have some involvement in the discussion. Markers are interested in the content of the group discussion and the participation of all members. Each person will receive an individual pass/fail mark. Component 2. Write a 3000 words report which has two parts. Part A: A written personal Reflective Account of both your learning from the meeting and your overall learning from the module and how this might be applied to your future practice (500 words). 10% As this is a personal reflective account of your own role in the meeting (it is not a role play) it should be written in the first person ie â€˜I felt thatâ€¦â€™. You do not need to reference this part of the report. It should demonstrate how you have identified and developed the skills necessary for partnership working â€“ use one or two succinct examples. Draw on your learning from both the assessed meeting, your group and the overall learning of the module (you may find it helpful to refer back to your reflective writing during the module). How will you apply this learning to your future practice? See examples of reflective writing on WebLearn and assess them Part B Report: You must address the report title given below and write a critical review of it drawing on relevant theory, policy and ethical issues, organisational frameworks and partnership working (2,500 words). You have been asked, as a new member of staff to prepare an advisory report (which must be evidence based) for the director of a newly established independent public service organisation on the title below: 90% Report Title: â€˜The problem with partnership working is that staff prefer to work in silosâ€™ Discuss this statement, drawing on evidence from theory, policy and practice. As this is a critical review of the complexities of partnership working in relation to the title given above, it is designed to test your understanding and analysis by drawing on appropriate evidence, using the references supplied in the booklet including policy, theoretical or conceptual issues and taking account of users and carers. There is no set answer. This component is the whole report is marked out of 100% using the marking criteria below. The marks will be aggregated for both parts of the report and the pass mark is 40%. How will my written work be marked? All staff use the same marking criteria given below to ensure that students have met the requirements of the module so students should use them to inform their progress and to check their final work. The reports are sample second marked and a sample is moderated by an external examiner. Your work may be part of the sample sent to our external examiner. The overall pass mark is 40% and for each marking criterion below is also 40% (see other guidance in your course handbook). Marking criteria Part A Reflective Account Reflection 10% Part B Report 1. Referencing* 15% 2. Correct presentation and written expression 10% 3. Critically discuss the factors that promote or hinder partnership working 20% 4. Discuss and evaluate the central concepts of partnership & apply to practice context 25% 5. Evaluate how different professional codes and organisational frameworks impact on partnership when working with users and carers 20% NB Students will fail the assessment if their work is not correctly referenced* - read ALL guidance below What the markers will be looking for and how the marking criteria will be used?
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