This video will review what an observation is and how behavior technicians can view this data.
Difference between observations and assessments: An observation is when your supervisor observes your performance on multiple different procedures at the same time, including completing the professionalism and environmental barriers checklists. Whereas, an assessment is when your supervisor measures your performance on one procedure.
You can access your observation data in two ways. First, you can access your observation data by clicking on the observations tab on the left hand side of your screen. You can also access your success plan by going to your scorecard and clicking on the observation tab at the top.
If you access the data from the observation tab that is accessible from the scorecard view, you can see the observations that your supervisor has completed for you. It provides you with the information about what client you were working with, what supervisor, if you have multiple, completed the observation, and the status of the observation. Additionally, it provides you with the subscores for each of the areas that we measure performance on.
In progress means that the observation has not yet been finalized; therefore, the score is not reflected in your scorecard or dashboard. Finalized means that the score is submitted and cannot be changed; therefore, the score is reflected in your scorecard and on your dashboard.
You can view an observation by clicking anywhere on the row. On the left hand side of your screen, you will see all of the details that you saw on the previous page. On the right hand side of your screen, you will see the scoring summary for all of the procedures that your supervisor scored you on during the observation. As you scroll down, you will see you score for each individual trial or occurrence of the behavior your supervisor scored. Once you are done reviewing, you can close out of the view.
If you access the data by clicking on the tab on the left hand side of your screen, you can see much less information than in the aforementioned view. It does show your weighted score, though. You will open up and view your observation data in the same way as described above.