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Policy ASD-W-250-15

(Draft May 16, 2014)

EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT Performance Evaluation Form


Name
Positio
n
Evaluat
or

Dr. T
Educational Assistant

School
Date

XXXXXX Elementary School


January 26th, 2015

ESS Team

Indicat
e
Type

Annual
Long Term
Trial
Probationary
X ReEvaluation

Currently Assigned Duties: (check all appropriate assignments)


X Classroom based
Other

One-on-one

Small group

Special Programs

Part I: Present Job Description: Dr. T is responsible for working one-on-one with a student in
the morning and assists in an upper elementary classroom in the afternoon servicing a variety of
needs. Dr. T is also responsible for meeting students at the bus, transitioning and supervising
students to and from outside recess/lunch times. Dr. T also assists students with daily routines
such as getting students ready for outside, using the stairs, and frequent breaks when needed as
supported by the childs individualized plan. With the direction of the classroom teacher Dr. T is
also responsible for implementing individualized programming and supporting individualized
behavior programs in the two primary classes he is in.
Part II: Evaluation:
employee.
5. Superior:

Check the box that most accurately reflects your evaluation of the
A person who continually exceeds requirements and expectations; one who

excels in most

aspects of performance.
A person who consistently meets requirements and expectations; one who
excels in one or more areas of performance.
3. Meets Expectations: A person who consistently meets requirements and expectations; one who
demonstrates satisfactory performance in one or more areas.
2. Some Improvement Required:
A person who inconsistently meets the requirements and
expectations; one who has areas of performance that require
improvement. Requires mandatory evaluation when employee is
assessed 3 or more.
1. Improvement Mandatory:
A person whose performance is notably below job requirements and
expectations; significant improvement to performance is required.
4. Good:

Criteria for Evaluation

N
A

Professional Behaviour:
1.
2.

Provides employer with proper notification if absent


Promotes an atmosphere of respect for children and adults

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X
X
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3.
4.
5.

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Demonstrates ethical and confidential behaviour


Demonstrates appropriate and independent use of time
Problem solves with teacher at the classroom level first, EST-Resource
level second, Administration level third, District fourth level
Follows school rules and regulations
Expresses opinions and ideas in acceptable and constructive manner
Undertakes new situations in an organized, systemic way
Meets background/training requirements of the job
Responds appropriate to constructive criticism
Provides a positive role model for students
Demonstrates responsible behavior towards attendance and work
schedule
Represents the school in a positive manner in the community

19.
20

enforcing concepts presented by the teacher


Effectively communicates instructions to student(s)
Redirects inappropriate behaviours in a positive way

6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.

X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

X
General Comments: Dr. T always professional and respectful with both colleagues and
students at our school. consistently demonstrates flexibility with the students he works with and
the frequent changes in the schedule. respects criticism and is happy to learn.
Assisting Students:
1 2 3 4 5 N
A
14. Shows enthusiasm when working with student(s)
X
15. Shows patience and understanding towards student(s)
X
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Fosters independence within students
X
17. Maintains effective and cooperative relationships with students
X
18. Supports students in completing assigned tasks and class work, reX
X

X
General Comments: seeks the best for the students he works with. He takes the time to build
relationships with them and learn about their interests and hobbies. He strives to make learning
fun and interesting and is good about making connections between home and school to capture
the students attention. He is consistent with implementing behavior plans set out for particular
students and this has been effective with the students he works with.
Assisting Teacher:
1 2 3 4 5 N
A
21. Willingly takes direction and accomplishes tasks set by teacher
X
22. Monitors independent or small group work
X
23. Takes initiative when the teacher or student(s) require assistance
X
24. Adapts material as planned and directed by the teacher
X
25. Follows instructional plan set by teacher(s)
X
27. Records information on student(s) activities as directed by teacher
X
28. Monitors student(s) in the classroom and other areas of the school
X
General Comments: He is excellent at taking directions and taking the lead of the classroom
teacher. He effectively assists the classroom teacher and takes initiative when needed. He also
enjoys coming up with new activities in order to adapt the materials planned by the teacher to
achieve specific outcomes like learning phone numbers (i.e.: using a real telephone to practice
these skills. He always shares his ideas for specific skills with the classroom teacher before
implementing his ideas.
Part III:

Essential Questions for Dialogue to be completed by Employee:


Ye
s

1.

No

Do I know what is expected of me at work?

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Comments:

2.

Do I have the materials and equipment I need to do my work properly?


Comments:

3.

Are there factors preventing me from doing the work expected of me?
Comments:

Part IV: Objectives for next review period to be completed by Employee (first part
only)
List goals and objectives for the upcoming review period:
Goal

Timeline

Stick with health goals because of your diabetes. In


particular sticking to my afternoon snack and monitoring it
better. If you need help, ask for help.

Now May, 2014

Thinking of creative ways for students to achieve their


language based communication goals.

Ongoing

Overall review: To be completed by employer:


1. Outline areas of major strength:

Student rapport

Daily home and school communication/documentation of students

Flexibility with students and scheduling

2. Areas which require improvement:

Increase engagement with colleagues within the school

Increased participation in professional development within the school

Check in daily with classroom teacher??

3. Recent Professional Development activities:

Non-Violent Crisis Intervention (Fall, 2014)

General Comments and recommendations:


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The employees signature denotes that the report has been received and discussed and does not
necessarily imply agreement. This will be placed in Personnel file.
Employees

Date:

Signature
Administrators

Date:

Signature
Human Resources

Date:

Signature
Identify follow-up date or re-evaluation (if necessary):
_________________________________________________

Forward completed Performance Review to the Human Resources Officer.

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