Unit 4.1 Appraising and managing performance

Introduction:

UNRWA has an established procedure for the Appraisal and management of teachers’ performance. In this unit we will explore practical ways of ensuring your school has a robust and supportive on going process for appraising and managing performance.

When the appraisal process is implemented in a transparent and equitable manner, it has the potential to motivate and support all staff. There are many benefits associated with high quality appraisal systems including increased accountability, recognition and rewards for outstanding practice and coherence in the identification of whole school objectives.

We will focus on the processes and protocols to ensure a high quality system for appraisal is provided as an entitlement for all teachers.

Objectives

By the end of this unit of study you will be able to:

  • understand the key components of a high quality system for appraising and managing staff performance
  • identify what need to be developed to provide a motivating appraisal system in your school

Learning and practice outcomes:

You will:

  • be able to establish policies and protocols for appraising and managing performance in your school
  • have a plan to improve the quality and rigour of your appraisal process

Implementation Task:

Review and revise the Appraisal process in your school.

 

 
Resources

Drive – the surprising truth about what motivates us


The ‘X’ model of employee engagement


Installation Manager Training Programme


Appraisal and performance management presentation


Self-reflection sheets for staff


Planning meeting form


Competency framework for teachers