(Instructor) Manage Student Scenario Documentation [EMS]

Erika Jensen -

Manage Student Scenario Documentation

Documenting Scenarios

Under Scenarios, select Manage Scenario Documentation from the top navigational drop-down. This will bring you to the “Instructor – Manage Student Scenario Documentation” page, where you can see the state of scenario documentation based on different tabs.

Upcoming – This tab shows you scenario documentation associated with scenarios that are scheduled in the future.

Ready to Document – This tab is where an instructor would go to review and document student performance in a scenario.

Submitted by Peer – If an instructor assigns a peer reviewer to a scenario, once that peer reviewer fills out the documentation on how the student performed in the scenario and submits it, it will display for you in this tab to review.

Returned – Any peer reviewed scenario documentation that was submitted, but was then returned to a peer reviewer for correction (i.e. Reviewer forgot to add information, information added was not accurate, etc.), will display in this tab.

Completed – This tab will display all scenario documentation that has been reviewed by an Instructor and finalized (whether the student received credit for successfully completing the skill or not).

All – Displays all scenario documentation from the other tabs together.


Click the View link in the actions column next to the student documentation you would like to View.


You can print this information if you need to by clicking the print button.

Click the Document link in the actions column to begin your evaluation on the student’s scenario documentation.


Note: If you see a yellow warning section at the top of this page, this will show the required lab skills that this student has not yet completed. If you see a red warning, you will not be able to document the scenario unless you are ignoring requirements for the skill.

The skill drop-downs will change the form that appears based on what you select in the dropdowns. Note: The forms used here are required by the National Registry.

If you would like the Scenario documentation to be peer reviewable, select the student in the Peer Reviewer drop-down, and then select “Save Changes” at the bottom of the page. This documentation will show for the peer to review the student on their end.

After the top area information is correct, and if you will be reviewing the student as an Instructor and not utilizing peer review, fill out the Form(s) under the Forms tab.

Forms Tab


The Forms tab will contain the form you select to fill out for your student. Go through each part of the form carefully and fill out the information regarding the scenario that your student performed.


You must click yes or no to indicate that a student was successful/unsuccessful during their scenario.

Skills Tab

The Skills tab allows you to add/remove skills to the scenario documentation. Click the Add/Remove skills button to select the skills used in the lab. The skills used will show under the Search box.


Once you toggle the skill it will turn green and be added in the skills tab and you will then be able to add a new skill attempt by clicking on the arrow to expand the skill area.


Click the Add New Attempt button to open and fill out the documentation required (see example below).


On the bottom of the documentation, you will see the point total and choose if the skill attempt was Successful or Unsuccessful. Click the Save button.


Each attempt will show with the skill. Click the Edit button if you need to edit any of the information.

Documents Tab

The Documents tab contains any documents that were previously attached to the scenario.


To review the attachment, click download to download the document to your computer. If you would like to upload any documentation, click the blue area or drag and drop your file into the blue area to upload.

If you upload documentation, you must check that you Accept the uploaded document(s) as required documentation. Click Save Changes or Finalize if you are done documenting the scenario.


If you click the Finalize button you will go to the Student Categories page.


Based on the student performance in the scenario you just finalized, here you will enable or disable different clinical/field categories for that student.

Once you click the finalize button, you can now make additional changes by clicking Reopen from the Completed tab.

Note: Students will not be able to sign up for opportunities unless the category is enabled when using this scenario portfolio process.



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