Criteria Governing Documentation
Evidence of performance for reviews may be demonstrated by self-evaluation, peer evaluation and student evaluation. Candidates must document their accomplishments by offering appropriate evidence, such as the following:
- A self-evaluation providing an assessment of the candidate’s teaching during the period under review as well as the candidate’s performance of other responsibilities and accomplishments during the period under review.
- Syllabi for courses taught during the period under review as well as examples of course materials used in teaching.
- Measures of student achievement, such as student performances, portfolios, publications, etc.
- Evaluation Summaries of Student Surveys of Instruction (SSI) for all courses taught during the period under review.
- An up-to-date curriculum vita.
- Peer reviews of teaching.
- Other materials that may document his/her responsibilities during the period under review.