LESSON 5: TEACHER SELF-ASSESSMENT
As previously mentioned, the teacher being evaluated should complete a Self-Assessment form early in the beginning of the evaluation year. The Self-Assessment will not be shared with the evaluator until the Collaborative Summary Conference at the end of the evaluator’s data collection and analysis process. This procedure enables the teacher to update the form throughout the year as he/she completes professional learning activities and compiles additional data/information for consideration.
At the time of the Collaborative Summary
Conference, the evaluator will share his/her initial draft of
the Collaborative Summary Report (
To access the “Teacher Self-Assessment” Form (five pages) click on the following link: Self Assessment. When reviewing this form, you will notice that you are asked to designate a level of practice for yourself in every performance indicator (1.1, 1.2, etc.).
Notice, too, that there is space on each of the five Self-Assessment forms (Standards 1-5) in which you can provide rationale for your decisions about practice ; i.e., brief explanation of your perceived strengths and weaker areas in this standard and note information that you may want to bring to your evaluator’s attention in the Collaborative Summary Conference, if he/she is not aware of it. Remember, EDUCATEAlabama is not so much about assigning a level to practice, but describing areas of practice related to strengths and areas for improvement. A person’s practice does not fit into a box.
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