Oct 22, 2017
ED 531 - Supervision and Evaluation of Educational Personnel
Focuses on a number of general supervisory strategies and more specific personnel-evaluation processes as they may be applied in educational environments. Goal-setting, feedback, reinforcement, and delegation techniques are considered in their enabling the appraisal and improvement of administrative, teaching, and support personnel.
Assignments: 4 Units
Interactivity: Discussion Board
Course Learning Objectives
Upon completion of this course, you should be able to do the following:
- Identify and describe the historical role and framework of human resources in the educational organization.
- Create activities that could be used to support new and continuing staff (administrators, teachers, and support staff).
- Discuss current trends and issues in professional development programs for all levels of employees.
- Identify in-service activities that are likely to put employees in a receptive and active role.
- Connect staff developmental needs to school improvement and student achievement.
- Describe steps in data collection and analysis and the tools needed for employee performance assessment.
- Evaluate the relationship among performance appraisal criteria, job responsibilities, employee feedback, and local requirements.
- Compare and contrast the characteristics of formative and summative performance assessment.
- Describe leadership techniques that enhance goal-setting and feedback for personnel improvement.
- Describe delegation of authority and its use in the educational setting.
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