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FACULTY PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL
Name: Evaluation Date:
From: To:
Academic Division: Title: Review Period Covered:
INITIAL PROBATIONARY
ANNUAL
PROMOTIONAL OTHER (Specify) ___________________
INSTRUCTIONS FOR EVALUATION
Performance Competencies (depending on position, some competencies may be more relevant than others.)
(1 point)
ATTENDANCE/PUNCTUALITY
CATEGORY
AVERAGE
(5 points)
EXCELLENT
(3 points)
GOOD
DEPENDABILITY
Consider tardiness & occasions of absenteeism. Rarely late, rarely absent
< 3 per year
Sometimes late, absent.
< 6 per year
> 6 absences per year
Consider faculty members response when called upon to
substitute for another instructor OR perform a task - can
be trusted that the task will be accomplished on time;
accessibility to do the work for the division.
Responds before asked.
Assists to resolve problems
proactively and consistently.
(90% or more)
Responds positively most of
the time.
(50% of requests)
Responds reluctantly.
Gives excuses.
(Less than 50%)
FLEXIBILITY
Consider faculty members response when called upon to
flexibility in terms of scheduling; accessibility to do the
work for the division and the College.
Responds before asked.
Assists to resolve problems
proactively and consistently.
(90% or more)
Responds positively most of
the time.
(50% of requests)
Responds reluctantly. Gives
excuses.
(Less than 50%)
OVERALL AVERAGE OF ANNUAL EVALUATIONS
OF CLASSROOM PERFORMANCE
Consider teaching methodology used to promote learning
in the classroom. (Classroom Observation Form)
Overall score from the
Observation forms : 5
Overall score from the
Observation Forms: 4
Overall score from the
Observation forms : 3
ABILITY TO DEAL WITH STUDENTS
Consider the % of student complaints; % of students
requesting transfer to other classes; # of instructor
complaints about students; % of times Student Services
had to intervene to resolve issues.
Less than 2 complaints per
year
3-5 complaints per year More than 5 complaints
per year
PRESENCE AT NON-TEACHING ACTIVITIES
Attendance at mandatory faculty meetings; divisional
meetings; commencement, student-celebration events.
Attends 95% of the time Attends 90% of the time Attends Less than 90% of
the time
ADMINISTRATIVE DUTIES
Submission of grades (midterms and finals), graded
student work, other important course-related documents.
Has not missed a single
deadline
Missed a couple of deadlines Never on time, must be
reminded
ABILITY TO DEAL WITH PEERS
Ability to deal with peers and willingness to help or
respect peers and offer appreciation. Consider written
complaints and verified &documented verbal complaints.
Deals in a positive and
professional manner. No
complaints from peers.
(zero complaints)
Adequate work relationships.
A few complaints. Helps
occasionally.
(1-3 complaints)
Reluctantly cooperative.
Many complaints from peers.
Helps grudgingly or not at all.
(More than 3 complaints)
ABILITY TO DEAL WITH SUPERVISORS
Supervisors consider harmony, ability to deal with
supervisors; including number of disciplinary actions,
disciplinary emails, insubordination.
Deals in a positive and
professional manner. Follows
instructions. Responds to
criticisms well. Responds to
emails promptly.
(zero complaints)
Adequate work relationships
Follows instructions most of
the time. Mostly responds to
emails.
(3 or less complaints)
Reluctantly cooperative.
Does not always follow
protocol. Has to be
reminded. Responds to
emails occasionally.
(more than 3 complaints)
COLLEGE COMMITTEES
Accreditation, Curriculum and Program Development
and Reviews, Assessment, Library, etc.
Attends, participates,
contributes in appointed or
elected college committees
95% of the time
Attends regularly
90% of the time
Does not attend and
contribute regularly.
Requires to be compensated
for every extra minute.
PROFESSIONALISM:
Consider the faculty member’s general attitude toward job and institution
COLLEGE RESPONSIBILITIES: Consider the faculty member’s fulfillment of out-of-class responsibilities and obligations
Reviewer’s comments:
SATISFACTORY
UNSATISFACTORY
Name:
Evaluated by:
Title:
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Faculty name
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entries specified herein.
(1 point)
PROFESSIONAL GROWTH
CATEGORY
AVERAGE
(5 points)
EXCELLENT
(3 points)
GOOD
IN-SERVICE TRAINING
Consider completion of the professional growth
requirement submission of verifiable documentation
annually.
Completes discipline-specific
professional growth activity
and submits documentation
annually.
Completes professional
growth and submits documen-
tation after reminders.
Has not completed annual
professional growth
activities as required and/or
submitted documentation for
the activity.
Note: Appraisal does not guarantee increase in compensation that is contingent on resource availability.
HIGHEST SCORE:
STUDENT ORGANIZATION
AVAILABILITY TO STUDENTS
SCORE ON TMS AND RELATED
OVERALL COMMENTS:
TOTAL SCORE: ________________________
YES
NORECOMMENDED FOR FUTURE TEACHING ASSIGNMENTS:
TOTAL:
Participation in two in-service training workshops/activ-
ities as required and with verifiable documentation
annually.
Presents at ASA sponsored
in-service training and/or other
approved external in-service
activities and submits
documentation annually.
Participates in ASA sponsored
in-service training and/or other
approved external in-service
activities and submits
documentation annually after
reminders.
Has not participated in ASA
sponsored in-service training
and/or other approved
external in-service activities
and has not submitted
documentation for any such
activities for the past year.
At-risk students, tutoring, complaints, advisement,
involvement of student services etc.
Provides assistance in all
retention-related activities.
Available 90% of the time.
Does not participate in any of
the activities related to
retention.
Participates in student activities in proactive manner or
provides support when requested.
3 activities or more per
semester.
2 activities per semester. Less than 2 activities per
semester.
Percent of students at risk UNIDENTIFIED on TMS™
who eventually failed. (This is a NEGATIVE SCORE).
3 activities or more per
semester.
2 activities per semester. Less than 2 activities per
semester.
Percent of students at risk who passed due to interven-
tions provided by instructor.
Excellent. Good. Satisfactory.
Summary Of Students’ Assessment Of Instructor’s
Course Delivery.
Excellent - Above Median. Good - At Median. Satisfactory - Below Median.
SERVICE TO STUDENTS:
Consider Faculty Member’s Concern and Care for his/her students
Minus
x
2
x
2
x
2
x
2
x
2
x
2
Minus Minus
INCREASE IN COMPENSATION: _________________ %
Non scholae, sed vitae discimus!
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