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Assistant Principal 
Rubric Code: Q227A37
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Subject: Education  
Type: Assessment  
Grade Levels: Graduate


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First Round
  Outstanding

4 pts

Good

3 pts

Fair

2 pts

Poor

1 pts

Vision

What would be your first priority in this position?

Outstanding

Candidate is able to clearly articulate not just the vision, but the steps/process required in implementation
Good

Candidate is able to communicate the vision, and has some plans for implementation
Fair

Candidate has vague vision. and an ambiguous or general plan for implementation
Poor

Candidate has vague or ambiguous vision, and no plans for implementation
Instruction

In your current position, what is your role in the development or implementation of curriculum?

Outstanding

Candidate has extensive experience with making curriculum decisions on a campus or district level
Good

Candidate has broad knowledge of curriculum and has experience making decisions regarding focus or calendars
Fair

Candidate has limited knowledge of curriculum, mostly in personal classroom, or one specific content area
Poor

Candidate has very little knowledge of curriculum
Instruction

What instructional strategies would you want new teachers to be sure to employ? And how would you ensure this?

Outstanding

Candidate is able to clearly articulate a variety research-based instructional strategies, and has a specific plan for monitoring and providing continual feedback to new teachers
Good

Candidate is able to clearly articulate one or two high-yield research-based instructional strategies, and has a specific plan for monitoring and providing feedback to new teachers
Fair

Candidate has only generic strategies to discuss, and uses terms such as "observe" and "discuss" as only means for monitoring and feedback
Poor

Candidate is vague, no specific strategies mentioned, no specific means for monitoring new teachers
Manangement

How would you encourage a teacher who is discouraged? A student? A parent?

Outstanding

Candidate is able to clearly articulate a complete plan, which includes several different strategies in order to encourage a discouraged teacher/student/parent
Good

Candidate is able to articulate different ideas to encourage, but there is no true plan
Fair

Candidate is vague and generic or only has one or two ideas they would try
Poor

Candidate has no specific ideas for how to encourage a discouraged teacher/student parent
Management

When dealing with a discipline problem with a student what is your major concern? Why?

Outstanding

Candidate expressed several major concerns, demonstrating an ability to approach the issue from different perspectives, and sufficiently explained why each was a major concern. Candidate articulated function of discipline as something other than punishment
Good

Candidate expressed major concerns from more than one perspective, and had adequate explanation for each.
Fair

Candidate expressed concerns from more than one perspective, and had some explanation. While not only concern, primary focus is punishment
Poor

Candidate expressed concerns from only one perspective, and did not adequately explain why it was a concern. Seemed primarily focused on punishment
Manangement

When you observe a teacher who is not performing up to your expectations, what steps do you take to correct that teacher?

Outstanding

Candidate is able to identify more than one way in which a teacher may be struggling, and is able to articulate specific, different steps to be taken in each situation
Good

Candidate has a specific plan for how to correct a teacher struggling in one specific way, but indicates no need to differentiate based on what skills teacher is struggling with
Fair

Candidate is able to express some ideas for each different area of concern, some steps
Poor

Candidate is able to express some ideas for how to correct a teacher, but no plan, no differentiation for different areas of concern
Management

How do you deal with conflict with another staff member? Among two or more other staff members?

Outstanding

Candidate is able to clearly articulate specific steps to take in order to resolve the core issue, rather than just find a way to deal with it. Has different specific strategies for each situation.
Good

Candidate is able to express a specific plan for resolving the conflict, but simply repeats the plan for the second situation
Fair

Candidate is able to express several ideas to address the different situations but no real plan
Poor

Candidate is able to express one or two ideas for how to address conflict, but does not address the root of the problem
Teamwork

How would you develop the team concept with the staff? Students? Community?

Outstanding

Candidate is able to clearly articulate a complete plan, which includes several different strategies in order to develop the team concept with staff/students/community
Good

Candidate is able to articulate different ideas, but there is no true plan
Fair

Candidate is vague and generic or only has one or two ideas they would try
Poor

Candidate has no specific ideas for how to develop a team concept
Teamwork

What specific steps would you take to build rapport with your staff? Students? Parents?

Outstanding

Candidate presented a detailed outline of specific steps and strategies to build rapport with staff/students/parents
Good

Candidate presented some steps to build rapport
Fair

Candidate presented ideas, no real steps or plan
Poor

Candidate presented limited ideas
Teamwork

How would you describe yourself in terms of your ability to work as a member of a team? What role do you usually find yourself in when working in a group?

Outstanding

Candidate is able to clearly articulate a his/her role in a team, and describes their role in terms of support for other team members and contribution to the common good outcome
Good

Candidate is able to describe his/her teamwork abilities, as well as describe usual role in a group
Fair

Candidate uses generic terms when describing role in a group, is able to articulate some ideas about being part of a team
Poor

Candidate expresses reluctance or limited experience working in groups, uses in generic terms or "catch phrases" when discussing team work




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