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Purposeful Hiring, Onboarding, and Evaluation

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  1. Get Ready to Make your Hiring, Onboarding, and Evaluation More Purposeful
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  2. Engage Staff and Students to Improve Hiring, Onboarding, and Evaluation
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  3. Develop Purposeful Hiring, Onboarding, and Evaluation Structures and Practices
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To gather feedback from students on the attributes of an ideal educator for the community, it’s important to use effective feedback-gathering techniques such as a future protocol or empathy interviews. These techniques allow for a deeper understanding of student perspectives and can provide valuable insights on how to improve instructional practices.

During the feedback-gathering process, it’s important to actively listen to student responses and encourage them to share their thoughts openly and honestly. Some potential trends or key insights that may emerge from gathering feedback from students could include a desire for more hands-on or interactive learning experiences, a need for greater individualization of instruction, or a preference for certain teaching styles or methods. By identifying these trends, current educators can tailor their instructional practices to better meet the needs of their students, but these insights can also be used as metrics for future hires, resulting in improved learning outcomes and a more engaged student body.

Overall, gathering feedback from students is an important step in improving instructional practices and building stronger relationships between educators and their students. By utilizing effective feedback-gathering techniques and actively listening to student responses, educators can gain valuable insights into what works well and where improvements can be made, resulting in a more effective and engaging learning experience for all involved.