Form F-16 "Criminal Justice Instructor Evaluation" - North Carolina

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CRIMINAL JUSTICE INSTRUCTOR EVALUATION
Criminal Justice Standards Division
Sheriffs' Standards Division
Post Office Drawer 149
Post Office Box 629
Raleigh, NC 27602
Raleigh, NC 27602
(919) 661-5980
(919) 779-8213
Fax (919) 779-8210
Fax (919) 662-4515
Form F-16
(Rev. 04.17)
Instructor’s Printed Name: ___________________________ Date of Birth: _________ Certificate #: ____________
Evaluator’s Printed Name: ____________________________________________________________________________
Accredited Institution/Agency: ________________________________________________________________________
:
Indicate Type of Course
BLET
In-Service
DAC/JJ
Instructor
Radar/TDS
Detention Officer
TeleComm
Block of Instruction: _________________________________
Location of Instruction: ________________________
Total Hours of Instruction: ______________________________
Date(s)s of Instruction: _________________________
Overall Evaluation Value:
Acceptable ______________________________
(From Cumulative Total on Back)
Unacceptable_____________________________
Instructor’s Signature: ________________________________________ Date: ________________________________
Evaluator’s Signature: ________________________________________ Date: ________________________________
Agency Name: ______________________________________________ Agency Phone: ________________________
Comments: _______________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________
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Criminal Justice Instructor Evaluation
To Be Completed in Commission Accredited Training Courses or Commission Recognized In-service Training courses
I certify that the lesson plan for this block of instruction has been reviewed and found to be in compliance with 12 NCAC 9B
.0303(b); 12 NCAC 10B .0704(10); 12 NCAC 10B .0709(10). A copy of the lesson plan is on file in this office.
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Signature of Certified School Director
Date
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Signature of In-Service Coordinator
Date
F-16 Rev. 04.17
CRIMINAL JUSTICE INSTRUCTOR EVALUATION
Criminal Justice Standards Division
Sheriffs' Standards Division
Post Office Drawer 149
Post Office Box 629
Raleigh, NC 27602
Raleigh, NC 27602
(919) 661-5980
(919) 779-8213
Fax (919) 779-8210
Fax (919) 662-4515
Form F-16
(Rev. 04.17)
Instructor’s Printed Name: ___________________________ Date of Birth: _________ Certificate #: ____________
Evaluator’s Printed Name: ____________________________________________________________________________
Accredited Institution/Agency: ________________________________________________________________________
:
Indicate Type of Course
BLET
In-Service
DAC/JJ
Instructor
Radar/TDS
Detention Officer
TeleComm
Block of Instruction: _________________________________
Location of Instruction: ________________________
Total Hours of Instruction: ______________________________
Date(s)s of Instruction: _________________________
Overall Evaluation Value:
Acceptable ______________________________
(From Cumulative Total on Back)
Unacceptable_____________________________
Instructor’s Signature: ________________________________________ Date: ________________________________
Evaluator’s Signature: ________________________________________ Date: ________________________________
Agency Name: ______________________________________________ Agency Phone: ________________________
Comments: _______________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________
Criminal Justice Instructor Evaluation
To Be Completed in Commission Accredited Training Courses or Commission Recognized In-service Training courses
I certify that the lesson plan for this block of instruction has been reviewed and found to be in compliance with 12 NCAC 9B
.0303(b); 12 NCAC 10B .0704(10); 12 NCAC 10B .0709(10). A copy of the lesson plan is on file in this office.
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Signature of Certified School Director
Date
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Signature of In-Service Coordinator
Date
F-16 Rev. 04.17
Instructor _____________________________ Evaluator ________________________________________ Date ____________
Instructor Evaluation Form for Commission Training
Assign a value for each item. Values should be assigned in accordance with this scale:
0 = Did not do/Unacceptable
1 = Marginal
2 = Acceptable
3 = Above Average
I.
INSTRUCTIONAL ABILITY
B. Student Involvement
A. Voice Quality
1.
______ Encourages class participation
1.
_____
Projection
2.
______ Maintains student attention
2.
_____
Articulation
3
______ Engages all students
3.
_____
Speech Rate
C. Organization
B. Verbal Skill
1.
______ Arranges classroom for maximum effect
1.
_____
Fluency
2.
______ Has all training tools/items ready
2.
_____
Clarity
3.
______ Instructor prepared for class and lesson
C. Physical Appearance & Mannerisms
D. Control and Discipline
1.
_____
Attire
1.
______ Maintains proper behavior and
2.
_____
Posture
orderliness in the classroom
3.
_____
Body Language
2.
______ Stimulate discussion/involvement but
4.
_____
Eye Contact
remain in control
5.
_____
Movement
3.
______ Handles class disruptions/problems
D. Personal Qualities of the Instructor
4.
______ Receives/exchanges effective feedback
1.
_____
Knowledge
5.
______ Ensures active student participation
2.
_____
Self-Confidence
E.
Selection and Use of Training Aids
3.
_____
Tact
1.
______ Relates to training objectives
4.
_____
Enthusiasm
2.
______ Use training aids when scheduled
5.
_____
Sensitivity
3.
______ Effectively uses necessary training
II. INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES
equipment
A. Use of Questions
1.
_____
Utilizes good questioning techniques
_______ Total Points Scored
2.
_____
Stimulates and encourages discussion
(Passing Score = 64 points)
3.
_____
Response to student questions
Comments: ________________________________________________________________________________
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**Instructors cannot use “Final Testing” for commissioned courses towards their instructor certification renewals. Examples of final
testing include: Final POPAT/Final Fitness Assessment; Final Testing for Driver Training; Final Testing for SMI/80 Minute
Evaluation for Instructor Training; Final Testing for Firearms Qualification and Re-Qualification; and Final SCAT Testing.
F-16 Rev. 04.17
PRESENTATION EVALUATION CRITERIA
Rating System:
0 = Did Not Do/Unacceptable
1 = Marginal
2 = Acceptable
3 = Above Average
I. Instructional Ability
Performance Factors
Guidelines for Performance Ratings
A. Voice Quality
A. Voice Quality
PROJECTION – Students do not have to strain to hear
1.
0 = Unacceptable – Fails to meet requirements; rasping,
the instructor.
shrill, strident, or inaudible.
2. ARTICULATION
Instructor
uses
proper
1= Marginal – Barely meets minimum standards; may be
pronunciation and speaks clearly and distinctly – does
somewhat monotonous, noticeably high or noticeably
not have “lazy speech” habits.
weak; may exhibit undesirable mannerisms; e.g.,
affection stilted manner.
3. SPEECH RATE – Interesting rate of delivery – too
slow is boring and too fast is difficult to comprehend.
2 = Acceptable – Natural; adequate volume; clearly above
minimum standards; may be somewhat lacking in
color and range; voice may fade occasionally.
3 = Above Average – Well modulated, pleasing and
distinct, appropriate variety in pitch and volume;
conveys interest and enthusiasm, uses emphasis as
appropriate.
B. Verbal Skill
B. Verbal Skills
1. FLUENCY – Instructor has sufficient command of the
0 = Unacceptable – Very deficient in grammar or
English Language to present his/her ideas to the class
vocabulary; uneven, excessively choppy speech, too
without
exceeding
the
student’s
level
of
rapid, too slow and drawling; noticeably defective;
comprehension.
e.g., lisping, stuttering, frequent mispronunciations.
2. CLARITY – Instructor is able to express his/her
1 = Marginal – Slurred; not articulate; may grope for
words; choppy – many pauses; limited vocabulary;
thoughts in a manner easily comprehended by the class.
repeats pet words and phrases; uses slang, uses words
beyond the comprehension of the class; careless use of
English.
2 = Acceptable – Speaks without difficulty; free from
undesirable speech habits; makes few errors in English
usage; uses reasonably good choice of words; uses
appropriate inflection and emphasis.
3 = Above Average – Speaks with ease and precision,
conversational, with information correctness; good
choice of words; fluent expression.
F-16 Rev. 04.17
C. Physical Appearance and Mannerisms
C. Physical Appearance and Mannerisms
ATTIRE – Dress is appropriate for the learning
0 = Unacceptable – Untidy in dress and personal care;
1
environment.
posture or bearing poor; gestures stilted; meaningless,
or affected; stares at floor, ceiling, or one spot in the
2. POSTURE – Does not frequently lean on wall or
room; continually shifts eyes without fixing on an
furniture, “slouch” in chair, or become “excessively”
individual; depends completely on notes; possesses
informal to the detriment of the presentation.
extremely
distracting
mannerisms;
movements
awkward, repetitious, or meaningless.
3. BODY LANGUAGE – Uses hands, head and body
effectively to communicate ideas – is not rigid or wild
1 = Marginal – Somewhat careless in attire; details of
with gestures.
personal care show neglect; posture or bearing
deficient gestures infrequently; stays rooted to one
4. EYE CONTACT – Maintains eye-to-eye contact with
spot; gestures bordering on the stilted or affected;
class – does not talk to ceiling or floor.
indecisive – often loses eye contact; frequent
distracting mannerisms; movement often affected,
5. MOVEMENT
Uses
movement
to
enhance
stiff, unnatural, or excessive.
effectiveness of presentation.
2 = Acceptable – Acceptably neat and well groomed;
details of personal care satisfactory; adequate posture
and bearing.
Gestures typically natural and
meaningful; usually decisive; usually maintains eye
contact;
occasional
distracting
mannerisms
in
evidence; body movement which serves only as an
outlet for nervous energy.
3 =Above Average – Dress and person very neat, clean and
well groomed; good posture and bearing; gestures
appropriate,
natural,
purposeful;
eye
contact,
consistently maintained, encompasses entire class,
completely
free from distracting mannerisms or
movements and actions; movements purposeful and
natural; few unplanned and random movements.
F-16 Rev. 04.17
D. Personal Qualities of the Instructor
D. Personal Qualities of the Instructor
1. KNOWLEDGE – Sound understanding and familiarity
0 = Unacceptable – Fundamental knowledge lacking;
with subject matter taught.
appears devoid of related information; frequent errors
of fact; many ambiguities and many misleading
2. SELF-CONFIDENCE – Projects air of authority and
statements;
sometimes
bluffs
to
cover
up
confidence in his/her ability and knowledge.
inadequacies; avoids answering direct questions.
Emotionally unstable; seems to say the wrong thing;
3. TACT – Is tactful in interpersonal dialogue, not
uncouth or impolite; flustered, hurried; strained and
authoritarian.
impatient, negligent, critical and faultfinding; either
unfriendly or too familiar.
4. ENTHUSIASM – Projects genuine enthusiasm in
his/her presentation and real concern for the student’s
1 = Marginal – Information bordering on the inadequate;
training.
information disjointed, superficial, occasional errors
in fact, occasional ambiguities and misleading
5. SENSITIVITY – Is aware of and responsive to
statements. Somewhat oversensitive; easily upset;
individual personality differences of the students. Is not
unconventional in terms of polite practices; aloof,
impersonal or sarcastic to class members.
impatient, hesitant; timid, apologetic.
2 = Acceptable – Knowledge limited to specific area of
teaching responsibility but clearly adequate for present
teaching duties; average command of information in
instructional field; organized. Emotionally stable but
somewhat upset by the unexpected; usually patient;
civil; conforms to conventional practices; somewhat
serious, reserved, or exacting; generally says the wise
thing; consistent; moderately firm.
3 = Above Average – Accurate and well-organized
knowledge of field; a strong background being taught;
comfortable knowledge of related fields; uses variety
of illustrative materials. Cheerful; well balanced;
courteous; poised, tries to be objective, tactful;
friendly, with an understanding, adult point of view,
decisive; displays sense of humor; confident.
F-16 Rev. 04.17
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