Assessing Student Learning in Student Workers. Of your institution’s Student Learning Outcomes, which are – or could be considered – employment related generalizable skills? What is the difference between a student worker and a temporary part-time employee?
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As a charter 21st Century Institution GGC will:
1) Clearly communicate ideas in written and oral form.
2) Demonstrate creativity and critical thinking in inter- and multidisciplinary contexts.
3) Demonstrate effective use of information technology.
4) Demonstrate an ability to collaborate in diverse and global contexts.
5) Demonstrate an understanding of human and institutional decision making from multiple perspectives.
6) Demonstrate an understanding of moral and ethical principles.
7) Demonstrate and apply leadership principles.
Does this person enjoy their job, have fun, and work hard? Do people enjoy working with this person? Are they optimistic and happy? Do they gossip and create problems among co-workers?
Is this person on time for shifts, meetings, and other events?
Does this person wear the proper staff uniform?
Concern for Cleanliness
Does this person maintain a clean environment and complete the cleaning duties as assigned? Is every piece cleaned as well as it needs to be?
Interaction with Participants
Does this person make an effort to meet new people? Is customer service important to this employee? Does this person get along well with participants, while still enforcing rules?
Does this person work their shifts, or continually seek subs? Are they available to pick up shifts? Do they balance work, school, and personal life?
Do they do what they say they are going to do, when they say they are going to do it? Can you count on this person?
Are they respectful? Are they able to separate work and personal life? Do they behave in a mature and professional manner? Do they avoid profanity at work? Do they take pride in all they do? Are they accountable? How are his/her communication skills?
Is this person aware of what is going on? Do they fulfill all work duties, and get the job done well? Do they make routine rounds of their assigned area? Do they avoid watching TV? Does their mind seem elsewhere?
Fitness Center Facility Rules
Does this person abide by and enforce all Fitness Center rules, especially those concerning entrance requirements (IDs), attire, slamming dumbbells, towels, chewing gum, and power lifts?
Concern for Safety (Fitness Attendant Specific)
Does this person “spot” participants, correct participant’s form, pick-up idle weights, ensure proper spacing of benches, check equipment for malfunctions, settle disputes and care for any injuries?
Exercise Knowledge (Fitness Attendant Specific)
Does this person offer correct advice to participants? Does he/ she understand how to use all of the equipment/ machines? Does this person seek continuing education opportunities? Do they workout?