ERIC Number: ED216716
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1980
Reference Count: 0
Evaluation and Professional Development for the Instructional Supervisor.
This manual provides forms and instruments to facilitate the evaluation and professional development planning of community college instructional supervisors (e.g., department chairs and program coordinators). The first section provides a self-evaluation checklist designed to assess the instructional supervisor's satisfaction with his/her competency and level of performance, time spent on activities, and the importance of activities with respect to the following areas: leadership in instruction, participation in college governance, establishing communications, model professional traits, personnel management, departmental finance and management, curriculum development and coordination, program evaluation, academic advising, participation in community service, assistance in planning facilities, student recruitment, and job placement. For each of these areas, a subset of responsibilities is delineated to aid the self-evaluation process. Next, a guide for the development of a professional growth action plan is presented. Then an instrument for the evaluation of the instructional supervisor by the dean or division head is provided, which covers the same areas and activities as the self-evaluation instrument, and an action plan is presented for completion by the dean or division head to improve supervisor performance. Finally, action plans for developing competency, enhancing performance, and improving time management are offered for the instructional supervisor. (HB)
Publication Type: Guides - Non-Classroom; Tests/Questionnaires
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Tri-County Technical Coll., Pendleton, SC.
Note: Prepared in the Eastern Regional ACCTion Center.