Leader Endorsement for PUC Induction Mentors 2019-20
Use this form to endorse your teacher(s) for PUC Induction Mentors. Please submit a new form for each new mentor that you would like to recommend. For the Questions 4-7, select the description that best fits the teacher you are endorsing.
We will email you a confirmation after you complete this.
1. Your name:
2. Name of teacher endorsed:
4. Rate your teacher's knowledge of the context and the content area of their teaching assignment
Exemplary: Designs and implements comprehensive curriculum with multiple and varied instructional strategies and resources to support in depth studies of content and promote high levels of understanding and engagement for all students.
Proficient: Implements the curriculum using a variety of instructional practices and supplemental resources. The context of the class is considered along with the curriculum to improve student understanding and engagement.
Basic: Limited knowledge of the context and content.
5. Rate your teacher's demonstrated commitment to professional learning and collaboration
Exemplary: Engages in and facilitates collaborative learning communities focused on providing quality instruction and optimal learning for the full range of students. Conversations are based in variety of data sources.
Proficient: Collaborates and reflects with colleagues to improve teaching practice and student success. Some data is used.
Basic: Limited collaboration with others and limited data analysis.
6. Rate your teacher's ability, willingness, and flexibility to support others
Exemplary: Eagerly takes on challenges to best support teachers with willingness and flexibility. Actively listens and collaborates to problem solve.
Proficient: Takes on challenges with some initiative and occasionally approaches tasks with flexibility and varied approaches.
Basic: Limited strategies to collaborate and support others.
7. Rate your teacher's Reflection and Growth Mindset towards self, students, and colleagues
Exemplary: Maintains ongoing reflective practice and action research in supporting student learning and raising the level of academic achievement. Engages in and fosters reflection among colleagues for school wide impact on student learning.
Proficient: Fluctuates between growth mindset and fixed mindsets towards self, students, and colleagues. Engages in reflective conversations that are guided.
Basic: Fixed mindset approaches to self, students, and colleagues. Limited accuracy in reflection.
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