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ERIC Number: ED060850
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-May
Pages: 38
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Evaluation and Motivation of Community College Personnel.
Gilley, J. Wade
This report deals with evaluating and motivating community college personnel. Following a discussion of the need for evaluation, a number of evaluation theories and practices are presented: rating systems, predictors of effectiveness, student evaluation, direct measurement, and merit salary increases. The author then describes a theory of motivation and evaluation as a base for his performance evaluation model, which has four stages: a plan, institutional objectives, individual objectives, and actual evaluation. Five recommendations suggested for implementing a statewide plan of institutional evaluation and personnel motivation are: (1) development of institutional objectives; (2) description of the evaluation purpose as product improvement; (3) clarification of instructor responsibilities; (4) individualization of faculty evaluation; and (5) development of long and short range objectives for individual commitment to the institution and evaluation development. (AL)
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Authoring Institution: Florida Univ., Gainesville. Inst. of Higher Education.; State and Regional Higher Education Center, Florida.