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Self-Assessment of an educator's own embedding literacy and numeracy practices - Scenario 8


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Last updated 06 June 2017 14:49 by NZTecAdmin

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Self-assessment of an educator’s own embedding literacy and numeracy practices – Scenario 8

Scenario 8 is a special case in that it is the only scenario presented that involves self-assessment by an individual. This scenario can be initiated by the individual educator, or by their manager as a requirement for the educator’s preparation for their performance appraisal or annual professional development planning.

The individual educator downloads the two questionnaires (TEO-P-4 Teaching Learning and Assessment, and TEO-P-6 Human Resources and Professional Learning) and judges her/his own performance on each good practice indicator.

At the end of each topic or group of topics s/he records the identified strengths and the evidence of these strengths. Strengths would normally be derived from the good practice indicators against which judgements of 3 or 4 were made. Either the actual evidence may be stated in this space, or a reference to the location of the evidence.

The educator also identifies and records critical actions for improvement, particularly for the good practice indicators that are judged 1, 2 or D/K (we don’t know).

After having completed the questionnaires the educator developed a summary of strengths and an action plan which may include professional learning actions. A template is available here. They may wish to discuss this with colleagues or their manager, in order to gain support for implementing the plan.

Scenario 8 takes approximately one hour to complete.

 

 

 

 

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