Table 3-3B Criteria for Evaluation of Performance in Teaching
Criteria for Evaluation of Performance
Reviewers will base their evaluation upon the documented degree of excellence achieved in Teaching for those activities that are related to the applicant’s discipline. The candidate is expected to provide a clear explanation of the nature and importance of accomplishments, initiatives taken, leadership roles, etc. Reviewers will be looking for specifics.
It is the responsibility of the candidate to demonstrate the impact of their teaching efforts and activities. Documentation of those efforts should identify the nature and importance of an activity, their role in the activity, and their level of participation and contribution to the activity.
The activities listed below are not all-inclusive and the committee may consider items submitted by the faculty member that are not listed, but are relevant.
Viewed as Exemplary:
Viewed as Favorable:
Viewed unfavorably and/or not considered:
Notes on Teaching Activities:
Application of new/emerging technologies refers to mastering emerging technologies and utilizing them in the classroom for pedagogical purposes or for lecture material