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ERIC Number: ED084234
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973
Pages: 15
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Increased Accountability within the General Framework of Educational Institutions Through the Utilization of the Peer and Self-Evaluation Checklist (PSEC).
Stier, William Frederick, Jr.
A direct outgrowth of the increasing concern toward accountability in education is the "Peer and Self-Evaluation Checklist" (PSEC), which was first developed in 1972. The PSEC was developed and refined to provide greater insight into an individual's competency. The checklist contains 60 items or criteria, which are distributed within the following six general areas of competency: a) goal-priority orientation--5 items; b) open-mindedness--8 items; c) willingness to work--4 items; d) human relations--7 items; e) personal characteristics--7 items; f) professional skills and competency--19 items. For each item there is a choice of six possible responses (with accompanying point values) which may be checked. The responses and point values are a) N/A--no points; b) totally unacceptable--1 point; c) poor--3 points; d) average--5 points; 3) above average--7 points; e) superior--9 points. The total point value revealed through the administration of the PSEC merely provides a frame of reference within which a specific person's competency may be viewed in light of the total points possible. (The instrument is included in this document, along with a score sheet.) (Author/JA)
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