The Evaluation Process Sample Clauses

The Evaluation Process. A. State regulations on evaluation will be followed in this article. Bargaining unit members’ performance will be measured by whether bargaining unit members meet the Standards and Indicators of Effective Teaching Practice Rubric adopted by the Massachusetts Board of Education, which are incorporated herein.
The Evaluation Process. Section 11.7.4 eVal is the electronic evaluation tool that will be used in the evaluation process.
The Evaluation Process. In evaluating you for the purposes of the present legal matter, I will depend upon a number of sources of information. I may administer to you one or more psychological tests, for example the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2 Restructured Form (MMPI-2-RF), a standard paper and pencil test measuring certain aspects of your personality. I will also perform one or more clinical interviews with you. Additionally, and depending upon the nature of the evaluation, I may also review pertinent hospital records, police reports, witness/victim statements and any other relevant information provided by yourself or your attorney. I will also be speaking with your attorney and such others as hospital staff members, police officers, health professionals familiar with you, members of your family, and others familiar with the present legal proceeding. You will be asked to sign a Release of Information form, which will provide your approval of such discussions. Be aware that this is a general release form and allows me to discuss your situation with anyone who I think would be helpful to me in coming to my conclusions and recommendations. It may be that the Court Order requires contacts. In most cases a written report will be prepared outlining my findings. The report will be made available to your attorney and possibly to others involved in the present legal matter. The written report will outline the purpose of the evaluation, my sources of information, the results of my assessment and my conclusions and recommendations. In addressing the specific legal questions at hand, the report will consider your present and historical functioning with respect to such issues as your behavior, your thought processes and your emotional condition. Forensic evaluations are typically complicated and labor intensive. The entire evaluation process will take, at a minimum, ten to twelve hours (for one person) of my time including record review, consultation, interviews and testing, and report writing. Most evaluations require a far greater expenditure of time. Depending upon the complexity of the case and the number of people involved, it is very possible that considerably more time could be required. It is critical that you understand that regardless of the source of fees or referral for this evaluation, I operate as an independent evaluator and consultant. I will arrive at my conclusions in as unbiased and professional a manner as possible. My role and status will be equivalent ...
The Evaluation Process. A STATEMENT OF PURPOSE
The Evaluation Process. A. Highly Effective (HE) and Effective (E) bargaining unit members determined by ratings from previous academic year composite score Each HE/E bargaining unit member will participate in one announced observation annually. The announced observation will be a minimum of 45 minutes or a complete lesson if less than 45 minutes. A pre- conference is optional and will occur should either party request. A post-conference following the announced observation is required for all observed unit members. Following the post-conference, unit members will form and submit a Professional Learning Plan (PLP) in a timely manner. Announced observations should be completed by the end of the first academic semester. Observers the unit member within five workdays following the post-conference. The announced observation process should be completed within ten (10) workdays but shall not exceed fifteen (15) workdays. Each HE/E bargaining unit member will participate in a minimum of one unannounced observation of at least 20 minutes. Observers will provide collected evidence to the unit member within five (5) workdays following the unannounced observation. A post-conference following the unannounced observation is optional and will occur if either party requests. Up to 2 more unannounced observations of at least twenty (20) minutes may occur if collected evidence suggests a rating less than effective.
The Evaluation Process. The process of evaluating a teacher’s Professional Practice shall consist of the following:
The Evaluation Process. A. Tenured faculty must be evaluated at least once every two school years. The evaluation will include one formal observation and one informal observation. By agreement between the teacher and the Qualified Evaluator, additional formal or informal observations may be conducted.
The Evaluation Process. A. Annual Review of Professional Improvement Plan By October 30th of every school year, supervisors are to assist in developing and/or reviewing all faculty members new and/or current Professional Improvement Plan (PIP) of the Annual Written Performance Report.
The Evaluation Process. The Provider agrees to submit the Provider Contracts for review and evaluation which shall substantially follow this process:

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  • Evaluation Process A. The immediate supervisor will meet with an employee at the start of his or her review period to discuss performance expectations. The employee will receive copies of his or her performance expectations as well as notification of any modifications made during the review period. Employee work performance will be evaluated during probationary, trial service and transition review periods and at least annually thereafter. Notification will be given to a probationary or trial service employee whose work performance is determined to be unsatisfactory.

  • Program Evaluation The School District and the College will develop a plan for the evaluation of the Dual Credit program to be completed each year. The evaluation will include, but is not limited to, disaggregated attendance and retention rates, GPA of high-school-credit-only courses and college courses, satisfactory progress in college courses, state assessment results, SAT/ACT, as applicable, TSIA readiness by grade level, and adequate progress toward the college-readiness of the students in the program. The School District commits to collecting longitudinal data as specified by the College, and making data and performance outcomes available to the College upon request. HB 1638 and SACSCOC require the collection of data points to be longitudinally captured by the School District, in collaboration with the College, will include, at minimum: student enrollment, GPA, retention, persistence, completion, transfer and scholarships. School District will provide parent contact and demographic information to the College upon request for targeted marketing of degree completion or workforce development information to parents of Students. School District agrees to obtain valid FERPA releases drafted to support the supply of such data if deemed required by counsel to either School District or the College. The College conducts and reports regular and ongoing evaluations of the Dual Credit program effectiveness and uses the results for continuous improvement.

  • Escalation Process 9.1. There will be times when the pharmacist will need additional advice or will need to escalate the patient to a higher acuity care location (e.g. back to their GP or an Urgent Treatment Centre or A&E).

  • Evaluation Procedure The procedural requirements set forth in this agreement to provide specificity to the statutory obligations established under sections 3319.111 and 3319.112 of the Ohio Revised Code and to conform to the framework for the evaluation of teachers developed under section 3319.112 of the Ohio Revised Code.

  • Mediation Process A. Mediation is a form of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) that may be requested by the City or the PBA. It is an alternative, not a substitute for the formal arbitration process contained in Section 19.7 above. Mediation is an informal process in which a neutral third party assists the opposing parties in reaching a voluntary, negotiated resolution of a charge of discipline. The decision to mediate is completely voluntary for the PBA and the City. Mediation gives the parties the opportunity to discuss the issues raised in the charging document, clear up misunderstandings, determine the underlying interests or concerns, find areas of agreement and, ultimately, incorporate those areas of agreement into solutions. A mediator does not resolve the charge or impose a decision on the parties. Instead, the mediator helps the parties to agree on a mutually acceptable resolution. The mediation process is strictly confidential. Information disclosed during mediation will not be revealed to anyone.

  • TECHNICAL EVALUATION (a) Detailed technical evaluation shall be carried out by Purchase Committee pursuant to conditions in the tender document to determine the substantial responsiveness of each tender. For this clause, the substantially responsive bid is one that conforms to all the eligibility and terms and condition of the tender without any material deviation. The Institute’s determination of bid’s responsiveness is to be based on the contents of the bid itself without recourse to extrinsic evidence. The Institute shall evaluate the technical bids also to determine whether they are complete, whether required sureties have been furnished, whether the documents have been properly signed and whether the bids are in order.

  • Selection Process The Mortgage Loans were selected from among the outstanding one- to four-family mortgage loans in the Seller's portfolio at the related Closing Date as to which the representations and warranties set forth in Subsection 9.02 could be made and such selection was not made in a manner so as to affect adversely the interests of the Purchaser;

  • JOC EVALUATION If any materials being utilized for a project cannot be found in the RS Means Price Book, this question is what is the markup percentage on those materials? When answering this question please insert the number that represents your percentage of proposed markup. Example: if you are proposing a 30 percent markup, please insert the number "30". Remember that this is a ceiling markup. You may markup a lesser percentage to the TIPS Member customer when pricing the project, but not a greater percentage. EXAMPLE: You need special materials that are not in the RS Means Unit Price Book for a project. You would buy the materials and xxxx them up to the TIPS Member customer by the percentage you propose in this question. If the materials cost you, the contractor, $100 and you proposed a markup on this question for the material of 30 percent, then you would charge the TIPS Member customer $130 for the materials. No response TIPS/ESC Region 8 is required by Texas Government Code § 791 to be compensated for its work and thus, failure to agree shall render your response void and it will not be considered. Yes - No Vendor agrees to remit to TIPS the required administration fee or, if resellers are named, guarantee the fee remittance by or for the reseller named by the vendor?

  • Final Evaluation IC must submit a final report and a project evaluation to the Arts Commission within thirty (30) days after the completion of the Services. Any and all unexpended funds from IC must be returned to City no later than sixty (60) days after the completion of the Services.

  • Verification Procedure (1) The signature file of each processed file is validated.