As in the past, all preclinical laboratories, typodont instruction, and clinical experiences are grouped under one title called “Clinical Orthodontics,” even though each is considered a separate educational offering. An overall grade will be given for the Clinical Orthodontics course and you are asked to contribute your assessment as to the students’ performance in your portion of the course. Your grade can be determined according to any activity involved in your instruction (tests, quizzes, papers, attendance, exercises, demonstrations, class participation, project grades, clinical performance, etc) as you determine. Evaluation of Clinical Proficiency: A. Outstanding: far exceeds reasonable expectations B. Good: usually exceeds reasonable expectations C. Satisfactory: always meets reasonable expectations D. Doubtful: occasionally falls short of reasonable expectations F. Unsatisfactory: often falls short of reasonable expectations
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Expresses a commitment to orthodontics by actions and attitude
Strives for quality treatment in each case
Cooperates in meeting the demands of the system
Integrity, reliability, responsibility
Rapport with peers, staff, and faculty
Rapport with patients

Fund of information for level of training
Application of knowledge

Seeks appropriate assistance
Gathers data pertinent to specific procedures
Demonstrates initiative in solving problems
Seeks to solve patient problems
Evaluates procedures for improved efficiency

General preparation
Technical performance
Efficient use of clinic time
Follows patients appropriately
Attains patient compliance

Presentation of the patient for treatment
Chart and record documentation
Clinic area cleanliness
Appropriate attendance and punctuality
Compliance with clinic regulation

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