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Performance Evaluation

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  1. Performance Evaluation Begins October 1, 2012 FNP - NPAs

  2. Performance Evaluation • Ending of Performance Evaluation time period to the end of the fiscal year – use FY 12 performance expectations. For example June 2011 through May 2012. Performance period using the past expectations would be May 2012 through September 2012 • Performance Evaluation time frame for FY 13 expectations: October 2012 through May 2013

  3. Criteria and Performance Matrix • Teaching and Engaging Audiences • Display Boards • Food Power • Target Audience • Curriculum • Paperwork • Professional Development

  4. Teaching and Engaging Audiences Meet Expectations • Teaches on average 3 hours per day worked Average for the year

  5. Display Boards Meet Expectations • Has 1SMNED in place each week with corresponding materials.

  6. Food Power Meet Expectations • Schedules an average of 1.5 Food Power events per year (3 events/2 years). Assists with Food Power events. Includes Food Power, Healthily Ever After, Food Power Roundup and A Healthy You Review

  7. Target Audience Meet Expectations • Teaches 3 of the target audience groups and has them preapproved by the Regional Coordinator. • Teaches both youth and adults.

  8. Curriculum Meet Expectations • Teaches approved curriculum and activities. • Ensures materials are sent home with participants.

  9. Paperwork Meet Expectations • Submits paperwork every two weeks. • Paperwork is completed accurately • Uses electronic calendar • Notifies Coordinator of any changes in advance.

  10. Professional Development Meet Expectations • Attends regional staff meetings on a regular basis • Is engaged in the trainings.

  11. Professional Behavior Meet expectations • Maintain effective internal and external partnerships. • Communicate program value. • Demonstrate personal accountability Based on the Core Competencies located: http://extension.missouri.edu/fnep/corecompetencies/index.htm