Information for High Schools :: DE Faculty Evaluation
The college follows a plan for evaluating dual enrollment faculty that is applicable to all who teach credit classes. This plan includes four major components, each one worth a certain number of points that total 16.
- a self-evaluation, worth a possible two points
- a measure of the instructor's teaching performance using the Student Evaluation of Instructor form, worth a possible six points
- submission and review of required documents including the course syllabus, textbook, assessment examples, and student evaluations, worth a possible six points
- maintenance of positive professional relationships and adherence to college and VCCS policies, worth a possible two points
Evaluations are completed cooperatively between the Program Head, Dual Enrollment Coordinator, the School Dean. Results from the evaluations are shared with the Instructors and with the High School Administrators. DE Instructors who fall below a combined point average of 8 may require professional development to maintain their dual enrollment instructor status.
The following documents outline the evaluation policy, plan, self-evaluation and report form:
Dr. Kathryn H. Beard
Location: Fishburn Hall F125C
3093 Colonial Ave SW
Roanoke, VA 24015