• Jim Mercer

SamTastic Tip: 5/9/16 - Use the Rubric.

This week’s SAMtastic tip is: use the rubric.

Your Time Change Coach will be asking you to self-assess your progress with the performance rubric. This is done formally at the end of every school year and can be very useful in celebrating wins and setting new goals. You will find the rubric in your TimeTrack calendar. Click the INFO tab at the top and select either:

SAM/Principal Team Performance Rubric

SAM/District Leader Team Performance Rubric

Self-assess and then talk with your team members about your progress. Once your team and coach agree on your current performance level, and new goals, your profile sheet will be updated. You can, of course, ask your Time Change Coach to revise the performance level on the profile sheet at any time during the year.

As you discuss your work consider your three “target” descriptors. Are you meeting these goal? Do you want to change your target descriptors? You can do this by clicking the SETTINGS tab and selecting General Options. Be sure to click SAVE is you make any changes.

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