Observation Sample Clauses

Observation. A data gathering process that includes notes and judgments made during one or more school or worksite visits(s) by the Evaluator and may include examination of artifacts of practice including student work. An observation shall occur in person. All observations will be done openly and with knowledge of the Educator. Classroom or worksite observations conducted pursuant to this article must result in written feedback to the Administrator. Normal supervisory responsibilities of evaluators will also cause them to drop in on activities in the school or worksite at various times as deemed necessary by the evaluator. Carrying out these supervisory responsibilities, when they do not result in targeted and constructive feedback to the Administrator, are not observations as defined in this Article. Upon request of the Administrator, the Administrator and evaluator shall discuss any visit that had not previously resulted in feedback.
Observation. The Town shall have the right to make reasonable engineering observations at the Developer's expense, as the Town may request. Observation, acquiescence in, or approval by any engineering inspector of the construction of physical facilities at any particular time shall not constitute the approval by the Town of any portion of the construction of such Public Improvements. Such approval shall be made by the Town only after completion of construction and in the manner hereinafter set forth.
Observation. All formal monitoring or observation of the work of each bargaining unit member shall be conducted in person and with the full knowledge of the bargaining unit member. Formal observations shall be for periods of time that accurately sample the bargaining unit member’s work. Members shall be notified the day before any formal observations. Evaluations may also incorporate relevant information based on informal observations (conduct occurring in the presence or within sight or earshot of the evaluator during the performance of duty other than during a “formal” observation session). Each bargaining unit member, upon his/her employment or at the beginning of the work year, whichever is later, shall be apprised of the specific criteria upon which he/she will be evaluated. The criteria shall primarily focus on the actual performance of the job duties as assigned and shall take into consideration the employee’s job description. Work outside of the bargaining unit member’s normally assigned duties shall not be evaluated. Evaluations shall be conducted by the bargaining unit member’s immediate supervisor or such other administrator as may be designated by the Superintendent of Schools.
Observation. Probationary teachers shall be observed at least one time in the first semester and one time in the second semester. Career teachers shall be observed a minimum of one time prior to May 1st. A copy of the observation form shall be furnished to the teacher no later than (10) ten days after the day that the observation is completed. The teacher shall be afforded the right to discuss the contents of the observation form as well as any other notes taken during the observation period. Summative evaluation will take place for probationary teachers prior to the end of the first semester and prior to May 10th in the second semester. Summative evaluation for career teachers will take place prior to May 10th. Classroom observations or monitoring shall be conducted openly with the full knowledge of the teacher for the purpose of improving professional performance and as a means of assuring the use of the most competent educational techniques. The use of eavesdropping, closed circuit television, public address or audio systems, and similar devices are not conducive to the intent of the evaluation programs and will not be used unless specifically requested by the teacher. POST-OBSERVATION Probationary teachers will be evaluated twice each year. The first evaluation conference will be held prior to the end of the first semester. The second evaluation conference will be held prior to May 10th. Career teachers will be evaluated once each year prior to May 10th. At each of the conferences, information used in making the evaluation will be discussed including the observation forms. Goals and objectives may be developed during the evaluation conference to further enhance the teacher's professional performance. The teacher shall continue to work toward fulfilling the identified goals throughout the remainder of the year. A conference will be held with each teacher prior to the end of the year to review success. The teachers and the evaluator shall each receive a true copy of the evaluation signed by both parties. The teacher's signature shall not necessarily indicate agreement with any or all parts of the evaluation, but rather awareness of the content. If the teacher feels his/her written evaluation is incomplete, inaccurate, or unjust, he/she may put his/her objections in writing on the back of the written evaluation or may attach a separate sheet to the evaluation to be placed in his/her personnel file. If an overall rating of Not Using or Beginning is noted on the formal ...
Observation. The observation of the part-time faculty will in most cases be done by a full-time faculty member in the same department or a related department, who will have received training and instruction from Human Resources, similar to the training requirement for participants on hiring committees. The observation will be done using the appropriate form (e.g. for in-person instruction, for online instruction, for counseling, for library faculty, etc.) and the form will be shared in advance with the part-time faculty member, typically when arrangements are made to schedule the observation and answer any questions the part-time faculty member may have prior to the observation. See the observation forms in Appendix O. For consistency, attempts should be made to use the form as written, but the person observing may include additional relevant information, as appropriate to the discipline. The observation will be conducted at some point between the dates corresponding to 50% and 67% of the term. This range of dates will be calculated by the Office of Academic Affairs and shared with the deans. After the observation form is completed, the observer will review it with the part-time faculty member, discussing key points and answering questions. Depending on schedules, this may not be able to occur in person, but it is expected to be a synchronous exchange whether in person or not. This is especially important for part-time faculty in their first three years, to xxxxxx professional growth and connections.
Observation. Active, short-term medical and/or nursing services performed on an acute care facility’s premises, that include the use of a bed and monitoring by that acute care facility’s staff, to observe a Member’s condition to determine if the Member requires an inpatient admission to the facility. Open Enrollment. The timeframes described in section 3 where individuals may first enroll for coverage under the Plan. These are also the timeframes when current Members may change plans offered by Health Options.
Observation. Observation is a means of analyzing classroom practice, teacher and student behavior, impact/effectiveness of lessons and a host of other interactions that occur within the classroom. Observation is important in several ways, including the following:
Observation. The observation is a personal observation of a unit member by the unit member’s primary Evaluator or other designated SCOE administrator (program manager or program director) by mutual agreement. The SCOE will establish a list of administrators certified to evaluate Unit Members. An observation is of sufficient length to cover a unit of instruction. Each observation will be followed by a post- observation conference at which time a written observation report is presented to the Evaluatee. The classroom (any appropriate teaching environment) observation and observation report is not the evaluation; however, it is part of the evaluation process and forms a basis for the evaluation.
Observation. All employees and the Association recognize the right, duty, and responsibility of principals and supervisors to make periodic evaluations of the performance of employees. All monitoring and observation of the performance of the employee in his/her place of assignment shall be conducted openly and with the full knowledge of the employee.
Observation. ETP has the right, during normal business hours, to freely observe and monitor the delivery of services under this Agreement with or without the presence of the owner or any other Contractor representative. In particular, ETP has the right to interview trainees, trainers and administrative personnel.