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Assistant Principal Interview 
Rubric for hiring Assistant Principal
Rubric Code: U2X5X68
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Subject: Education  
Type: (Other)  
Grade Levels: K-5


Powered by iRubric Assistant Principal Interview-Ward Elementary
  Approaching

1 pts

Meets

2 pts

Exceeds

3 pts

Question 2

Talk to us about what you know about Marvin M. Ward Elementary?
(Overby)

Approaching

Candidate can state general knowledge about our school.
Meets

Candidate can articulate specific knowledge about our school.
Exceeds

Candidate can articulate clearly defined knowledge about our school.
Question 3

What do you see as the three most important roles for an AP?
(Cain)

Approaching

Candidate presented ideas to build rapport with students, teachers and parents. Provides theory-based examples.
Meets

Candidate presented steps to build rapport with students, teachers and parents. Some evidence of experience is indicated by examples.
Exceeds

Candidate presented a detailed outline of steps to build rapport with students, teachers and parents. Evidence of extensive experience is indicated by examples.
Question 4

Describe your experience supporting teachers and students.
(Painting)

Approaching

Candidate articulates with vague details of experiences supporting teachers and students.
Meets

Candidate articulates detailed experiences supporting teachers and students.
Exceeds

Candidate articulates with clarity, relevance and confidence experiences supporting teachers and students.
Question 5

What would you bring that could contribute to an already established positive school culture? (Bradley)

Approaching

Has some ideas of how to assess culture and shape it, mostly based in theory of best practices.
Meets

Has a range of ideas of how to assess culture and shape it, partly based in theory of best practices and partly from experience.
Exceeds

Has a wide range of ideas of how to assess culture and shape it, based on experience derived from application of best practices theories.
Question 6

How would you handle classroom disruptions and support both the teacher and the student? (Weber)

Approaching

Candidate articulates with vague details of discipline techniques and experiences making decisions.
Meets

Candidate articulates details of discipline techniques and experiences making decisions.
Exceeds

Candidate articulates with clarity, relevance and confidence discipline techniques and experiences making decisions.
Question 7

Given a wide range of teachers from first year to multi-year veterans, what steps would you take to improve overall teacher performance? (McHam)

Approaching

Has some relevant characteristics and skills to enable success, is unable to articulate specific examples of how to provide instructional support.
Meets

Has a range of characteristics and skills to enable success, and articulates 1 or 2 examples of how to provide instructional support.
Exceeds

Has a wide range of relevant characteristics and demonstrates skills to enable success, and articulates examples how instructional support led to success.
Question 8

Share an experience in which a change you recommended was effective. How did you identify the need for change? (Overby)

Approaching

Candidate articulates with vague details of decision-making techniques and experiences making decisions.
Meets

Candidate articulates details of decision-making techniques and experiences making decisions.
Exceeds

Candidate articulates with clarity, relevance and confidence decision-making techniques and experiences making decisions.
Question 9

Talk to us about parent involvement and what you could do to help support parents and build positive
relationships. (Cain)

Approaching

Candidate presented ideas to build rapport with parents. Provides theory-based examples.
Meets

Candidate presented steps to build rapport with parents. Some evidence of experience is indicated by examples.
Exceeds

Candidate presented a detailed outline of steps to build rapport with parents. Evidence of extensive experience is indicated by examples.
Question 10

What has been the most challenging situation you have had with a teacher or parent and how did you handle it? Given a similar situation, how would you handle things differently? (Painting)

Approaching

Candidate articulates with vague details of conflict resolution techniques and experiences resolving conflict.
Meets

Candidate can articulate a defined role of the assistant principal and expand on his/her development of thought based on experience with conflict resolution.
Exceeds

Candidate can articulate a clearly defined role of the assistant principal and expand on his/her experience with conflict resolution.
Question 11

How would you use data from multiple sources to make decisions that improve the effectiveness of instruction? (Bradley)

Approaching

Candidate can state how they would use of data from multiple sources to improve the effectiveness of instruction.
Meets

Candidate can articulate 1 or 2 examples of how they would use data from multiple sources to improve the effectiveness of instruction.
Exceeds

Candidate can articulate with clarity, relevance and confidence how they would use data from multiple sources to improve the effectiveness of instruction.
Question 12

As assistant principal, how would you work to increase student achievement and ensure equity to close the gaps? (Weber)

Approaching

Has some relevant skills and strategies to enable success, is unable to articulate specific examples of how to provide instructional support to close the gap.
Meets

Has a range of skills and strategies to enable success, and articulates to provide instructional support to close the gap.
Exceeds

Has a wide range of relevant skills and strategies to enable success, and articulates examples how instructional support can led to closing the gap.
Question 13

What skills and talents would you offer our school?

Approaching

Candidate has some foresight into how his/her skills and talents would benefit our school.
Meets

Candidate has adequate foresight into how his/her skills and talents would benefit our school.
Exceeds

Candidate has extensive foresight into how his/her skills and talents would benefit our school.



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