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What do you measure staff performance against?

Discussion in 'Heads of department' started by mousey80, Jan 10, 2011.

  1. mousey80

    mousey80 Occasional commenter

    If I know there is a staff member I want to support, and I know that this is getting noticed further up the school, so I want to do the best for this person, without killing myself, where do I start? In what ways can I log things? What have I got to be aware of? How much support can I expect in terms of time/lesson cover? How many colleagues would you involve? How many lessons would you be observing and supporting in? and ultimately what is a good outcome? Any advice welcome.
  2. Are you this teacher's head of department?

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