Help is finally hereueffortless, efficient but effective evaluations for your entire staff! A complementary volume to the bestselling Writing Meaningful Teacher EvaluationsuRight Now!! and Writing Year-End Teacher Improvement PlansuRight Now!!, this indispensable resource is an essential timesaver for any busy administrator charged with developing written performance evaluations for non-instructional staff. It not only outlines the pertinent areas of assessment, but also actually provides the right words to communicate your evaluation effectively and professionally. This easy-to-use tool offers practical rubrics to judge the performance of everyone from clerical, maintenance, security and health/medical personnel to aides, administrators, counselors and disciplinarians. Also included with each book is a CD-ROM for easy use and replication of evaluation forms. Special sections of the book include: ''''Performance Statementsuspecific descriptions for each job title, divided into five benchmark areas (Tasks, Expertise, Preparation and Organization, Related Responsibilities, and Interpersonal Domain) ''Suggested Pats on the Backumeaningful words of encouragement for each position type ''Reproducible formsuthe 'Evaluation Organizer,' 'Record of Evaluations,' and 'Checklist of Basic Documentation/Conditions' forms enable you to document and manage your observations quickly and easily ''Description of Positionsuan instant reference for the objectives, responsibilities and tasks of each position''CD-ROM is PC and Mac compatible and not sold separately.
Preface About the Authors IntroductionWhy Is This Guide Needed?What a Good Written Evaluation Looks LikePart I. Writing the EvaluationSection I. AidesParaprofessional, Teacher Aide, Teacher AssistantSection II. Clerical StaffSecretary, Supervisor Clerk/ClerkSection III. CounselorsChild Study Team Counselor, Guidance Counselor, School Attendance Counselor, Student Assistant CounselorSection IV. DisciplinariansCrisis Intervention Advisor, Dean, In-School Suspension StaffSection V. Health/Medical ProfessionalsHealth Care Advisor, School Nurse, School PsychologistSection VI. Maintenance ProfessionalsBoiler Operator, Custodial Staff Member, Delivery Personnel, Food Service Manager, School Facilities Operator, Senior CustodianSection VII. Security Staff Driver Education, Traffic Safety Personnel, Police Officer, Security GuardsSection VIII. AdministratorsAssistant/Vice Principal, PrincipalPart II. Other Helpful Resources for Writing Performance EvaluationsSection IX. Vocabulary AidsSection X. The Evaluation Organizer Section XI. Record of EvaluationsSection XII. A Checklist of Basic Documentation and/or ConditionsSection XIII. Description of Positions( A Brief Overview Of The Objectives, Responsibilities and Tasks Involved In The Job Description)