Perception Presentation Jared Jankord, Danny Janklow, Brad Jungwirth, Mike Good, Chris SoppeSlide 2
Mission Statement The reason for the assessment procedure is to outline and to advance the expert development and improvement of educators through yearly objective setting, target input with respect to their achievements and execution, and reflection about their instructing hones. The understudies of the region merit the most ideal aggregate instructive program that qualified proficient educators and executives can offer.Slide 3
Goals Classroom educator has interpersonal aptitudes Content and educational modules learning Instructional abilities and system Classroom administration Professional development Personal CharacteristicsSlide 4
Teacher Evaluation ProcessSlide 5
Pre-perception To give a structure to perception To situate the manager to the class, the goal, the arrangement for the lesson To determine the classroom practices to be watchedSlide 6
Observation To gather non-judgmental target information for a precise record of what is seen and heard Use the Effective Instruction Worksheet 25 – 75 minutes Formulate intelligent inquiriesSlide 7
Post-perception meeting Share non-judgmental target information with profoundly qualified instructor (HQT) Assist the instructor in self assessing Assist the HQT in making recommendations and choices for development and change Positive parts of the lesson 20 – 40 minutesSlide 8
Formal Evaluation Summary of formal perception Observation remarks: Review of individual showing objectives Overall occupation execution: incorporates individual showing attributes and data not partook in perception.