Evaluation Process

Advance your district goals with SuperEval.

Our evaluation process is evidence-based and promotes healthy leadership teams through reflection and conversation. The process starts with defining annual goals derived from longer-term district goals. The goal section allows for the integration of any goal framework, including but not limited to SMART goals, SMARTER goals, and WISE goals to name a few.  

Once goals are entered into the system they can be aligned to the professional practices defined by the evaluation rubric or instrument.  This allows those in leadership to conceptualize their work in leadership practice within the individual performance goals.

Next, the evaluatee drives the evaluation process through employing reflective practices in leadership. The Reflective Practice Theory has long been established in the literature leading practitioners to new thoughts, ideas, and insights. This helps to transcend the evaluation experience from an event of compliance to a process of significant meaning in professional and leadership development.

In addition to a reflective narrative, the evaluatee can support their reflection with illustrations of leadership practices, also known as evidence or artifacts. By assembling a leadership portfolio of work along with supporting reflections, the evaluatee then conducts a self-evaluation on both the chosen rubric as well as on the annual goals.

This evaluation process is based upon research and evaluation best practices. We recommend using SuperEval for your entire leadership team as it aligns goals and priorities, empowers evaluatees in the evaluation process, leads to meaningful conversations, and results in reflective and evidence-based evaluations that promote healthy leadership teams. 

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