IL Employer Survey for M.Ed. and Ed.S. Completers
If you have been asked to complete this survey, you are responsible for hiring or overseeing one of Lincoln Memorial University's Instructional Leaders. Please fill out the survey below to the best of your ability. This is utilized to ensure continuous improvement within our programs. Thank you for your input!
Instructional Leadership for Continuous Improvement
The instructional leader collaborates with stakeholders to establish and communicate a clear, compelling vision for continuous improvement.
The instructional leader builds capacity of educators to provide all students a rigorous curriculum, aligned with Tennessee-adopted state standards.
The instructional leader collaborates with educators to analyze and use multiple forms of data throughout the year to establish specific goals and strategies targeting student achievement and growth.
The instructional leader leads educators to develop and execute interventions to address all students' learning needs, grounded in multiple sources of data (academic, social, and/or emotional).
The instructional leader systematically monitors and adjusts progress toward established goals and facilitates procedures and practices leading to continuous improvement.
Culture for Teaching and Learning
The instructional leader collaborates with stakeholders to establish a clear, compelling vision for a culture conducive to teaching and learning.
The instructional leader leverages educator strengths to engage all students in meaningful, relevant learning opportunities.
The instructional leader fosters a safe, respectful, and orderly environment for all.
The instructional leader takes measures to actively involve families in the education of their children.
The instructional leader models and communicates expectations for individual and shared ownership of student, educator, and school success.
The instructional leader recognizes and celebrates improved educator and student performance related to school vision and goals.
Professional Learning and Growth
The instructional leader collaborates with stakeholders to establish and communicate a clear, compelling vision for professional learning and growth.
The instructional leader implements and monitors a rigorous evaluation system using an approved Tennessee evaluation model.
The instructional leader uses educator evaluation data to inform, assess, and adjust professional learning goals and plans.
The instructional leader engages faculty and self in data-informed, differentiated professional learning opportunities for educators, aligned with the Tennessee Standards for Professional Learning.
The instructional leader collaborates with other to induct, support, retain, and grow/extend effective educators based on evidence of student and educator outcomes.
The instructional leader identifies and supports potential teacher-leaders and provides growth opportunities in alignment with the Tennessee Teacher Leadership Standards.
The instructional leader improves self-practice based on multiple sources of feedback, including performance evaluation results and self-reflection.
The instructional leader strategically utilizes community resources and partners to support the school's mission, vision, and goals.
The instructional leader includes a diverse set of educators and stakeholders in school improvement decisions.
The instructional leader establishes, communicates, and enforces a set of standard operating procedures and routines aligned with district, state, and federal policy.
The instructional leader performs all budgetary responsibilities with accuracy, transparency, and in the best interest of students and staff.
Do you feel that Carter & Moyers School of Education completers stand out in a positive way among the instructional leaders in your school/district?
What suggestions would you make to improve the Carter & Moyers School of Education programs?
Please give any additional feedback in the space below.
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