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Rola standardów zawodowych opartych o wymogi kompetencyjne w edukacji i praktyce logopedycznej w Australii

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Integrated competency-based occupational standards allow detailed description of the knowledge, skills and attributes which in combination portray competent professional practice. Competency-based occupational standards have been in place within the speech pathology profession in Australia since 1994, and are used for a range of educational and assessment purposes, including assessing eligibility for membership of the Speech Pathology Association of Australia. This paper describes the reasons for and process of development of the standards, the framework for the standards, and how they are used for curriculum development and assessment. The paper also describes the use of CBOS in the development of a validated tool for the assessment of clinical performance.
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Zintegrowane standardy zawodowe, oparte o wymogi kompetencyjne (CBOS), umożliwiają szczegółowy opis niezbędnej wiedzy, umiejętności i cech, które w połączeniu tworzą właściwą praktykę zawodową. Standardy zawodowe oparte o wymogi kompetencyjne zostały wprowadzone w zawodzie logopedy w Australii od 1994 roku i są wykorzystywane do różnych celów edukacyjnych oraz oceny, w tym oceny kwalifikacji niezbędnych do członkostwa w Stowarzyszeniu Patologii Mowy Australii. Artykuł opisuje przyczyny i proces rozwoju standardów, ramy standardów i to, jak są one wykorzystywane do tworzenia programu nauczania i oceny. Omówiono również zastosowanie CBOS-u w przygotowaniu rzetelnego, zalegalizowanego narzędzia do oceny wyników praktyki klinicznej.
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2016
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2017-02-20
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