Greenville Christian Academy Faculty Evaluation Teacher: ____________________________ Date: _______________Class: _______________ Preparation Lesson Plans 4 3 2 1 0 Comments 4 3 2 1 0 Comments 4 3 2 1 0 Comments 4 3 2 1 0 Comments Mastery of the Material Homework (Skill/ Reading) Teaching Teaching Methods (Skill/Reading) Homework Check and Review Appropriate Energy and Emphasis Explanation and Connection of Concepts Handling of Questions (Teacher/Students) Student Engagement Logical Progression and Lesson Completion Management Effective Transitions Efficient Use of Time Enforcement of Rules and Procedures Professionalism Classroom Desks, Floors, and Trashcan Bulletin Boards and Wall Decorations Chalkboard and Audiovisual Equipment Codes 4-Superior 3-Exceeds expectations 2-Meets expectations 1-Needs improvement 0-Unsatisfactory I. Explanation of the Faculty Evaluation Form The Preparation section of the form includes any preparation necessary for an effective lesson including lesson plans that include objectives and correspond with the curriculum’s scope and sequence and, complete knowledge of the material, and appropriate homework for current lesson and the following lesson. The Teaching section involves the evaluation of teacher’s methods based on the category of class being taught, effective homework check and reviews, the appropriate use of energy and emphasis, the explanation of the lesson, the connection of concepts, the teacher’s handling of questions, students’ engagement, the lesson’s logical progression, and the completion of the lesson. The Management section focuses on the teacher’s control of the classroom from the time the first students arrive until the last students leave. The evaluation in the section will specifically focus on transitions, the use of time, the enforcement of rules and procedures, and the professionalism of the teacher. The Classroom section focuses on the appearance of the classroom as well as the effective inclusion of the classroom’s resources into the lesson. This section would include the evaluation of the arrangement of the furniture, the cleanliness of the classroom, the appropriateness of decorations within the classroom, and the inclusion of the chalkboard and any audio-visuals such as projectors and lab equipment within the lesson. II. Follow-Up Procedure The evaluator will follow up with the teacher later that day either during the teacher’s planning hour or after school. If the schedule does not allow for a brief meeting the same day, arrangements should be made to discuss the evaluation as soon as possible the following day. During the follow up, the evaluator will first praise the teacher for areas in which the teacher was most effective or has shown improvement since the last evaluation. The evaluator will then advise the teacher on areas that could improve as well as giving any tips on how to improve. After explaining the evaluation’s results, the evaluator will give a copy of the evaluation to the teacher so that the teacher can reference the comments at any time, monitor their own progression, and retain a copy for his own files.