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ED Studies P & T. Review & Modifications of Procedures. ED Studies P & T Procedures. PTPI Target Score of 100. Service. Scholarship. Teacher Effectiveness. Overview. Teacher Effectiveness (approximately 70%) Peer Evaluation Face-to-Face Instruction Online Course Instruction

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Ed studies p t

ED Studies P & T

Review & Modifications

of Procedures

Ed studies p t procedures
ED Studies P & T Procedures


Target Score

of 100






  • Teacher Effectiveness (approximately 70%)

    • Peer Evaluation

      • Face-to-Face Instruction

      • Online Course Instruction

    • Teaching Materials

    • Student Evaluation

    • Self-Evaluation

    • Interview by P&T Committee

    • Additional Evidence


  • Scholarship (approximately 20%)

    • Priority I

    • Priority II

    • Priority III

    • Priority IV

  • Service (approximately 10%)

  • Standard of performance increasesmoving from Associate Professor to Tenure to Full Professor.

  • Target Score for all three is 100.

Scholarship service
Scholarship & Service

  • Scholarship and Service credit can be estimated by using the PTPI Spreadsheet.

  • PTPI Spreadsheet

  • See documents W and X on the CD that you received last Fall.

Teacher effectiveness
Teacher Effectiveness

  • Each of the six subscores is scored with a rubric describing how the evidence supplied by the candidate will be evaluated.

  • Teaching Materials Rubric

  • Suggestions for scoring the rubric are provided for each rubric.

  • For Teaching Materials it is Document I on the CD.

Most important change
Most Important Change

  • How can you help the P&T Committee better understand the evidence supplied in the portfolio?

  • Submission of Materials as per the Faculty Handbook will continue.

  • BUT expanded documentation with respect to the ED Studies P&T procedures must be undertaken to guarantee the validity of your evidence.


  • Teaching Materials Rubric has five sub-categories: TM-1, TM-2, TM-3, TM-4, TM-5.

  • The P&T Committee must assign a score for each of these.

  • If they can’t find the evidence in your portfolio that addresses that sub-category, the rubric score will be low.


  • Make sure you provide evidence for every sub-category.

  • Follow the suggestions that the P&T Committee will be using to evaluate each sub-category. Document I .

  • Label each piece of evidence. Use a color-coding system.

    (Example: Dr. Hewitt’s promotion materials)


  • The same strategy could be used in artifacts submitted in the scholarship category.

    • A reprint of an article published in a national journal (I-S4) should be labeled so the P&T Committee knows at what level of scholarship you think the artifact represents.

    • A different color code could be used for II-S4 or III-S2, etc.

Another important change
Another Important Change

  • The Peer Review Rubric requires visits by your peers to “observe” your instruction.

    • Face-to-face (Document B)

    • Online Instruction (Document C)

  • Arrangements must be made for the “peer observations” (especially if they involve observations made by “peers” from off-campus) to be made during the Fall semester (ASAP).

Minor modifications
Minor Modifications

  • There are some other minor modifications that may need to take place between now and the next round of promotion and tenure deliberations early next semester.

  • The ED Studies P&T procedures are ever evolving, and your suggestions are always welcome.