STATEMENT OF PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT FACULTY OF PRE-SCHOOL i EVALUATION OF SERVICE BY THE DEPARTMENT COORDINATOR MINISTRY OF EDUCATION Group of Schools

/ School ________________________________ _________________________________________________ Code ___________________ _____ ______________________________________________________________________________ R egional Directorate of Education (to be completed by the evaluator) Name avaliad or______________________________________________________________________________ _______________ Cargo___________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________ NIF_______________________________ Name avaliado___________________________________________________________________ __________________________ Categoria____________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ Department Curricular__ ________________________________________________________________________________ ______ NIF________________________________ Period in the evaluation ________ ___ _____ A - Preparation and organization of school activities A.1 Correction scientific-pedagogical and educational planning of school activit ies Always denote the various lesson plans / excellent The various lesson plans regu larly show / good The various lesson plans show sporadically / little Different lesson plans do not show any N (Level) Classification 1a 2a (1) interconnection with the curriculum documents that precede them, (2) correct ion in the definition of its components (objectives / competencies, content, met hodologies and evaluation), (3) coherence and connections between them A.2 April 3 January 2 Adequacy of the educational needs of each child and group, taking into account t heir age level and development Always denote the various lesson plans / excellent The various lesson plans regu larly show / good The various lesson plans show sporadically / Little Different lesson plans do not show any (1) diagnosing and regulate the development of oral language and approach to wri ting and mathematics of the group and each child, (2) adjustment of the educatio nal process when compared to the diagnosis, in order to promote the development of children A. 3 April 3 January 2 Creating conditions for participation of children in the planning of educational activities Always denote the various lesson plans / excellent The various lesson plans regu larly show / good The various lesson plans show sporadically / little Different lesson plans do not show any (1) creation of conditions for the group and each child participates in the plan ning of educational activities, (2) integration of the concrete proposals of chi ldren in planning

April 3 January 2 A.4 Diversity, adaptation and correction of didácticopedagógicos methodologies and resources used to develop an integrated curriculum Always denote the various lesson plans / excellent The various lesson plans regu larly show / good The various lesson plans show sporadically / little Different lesson plans do not show any (1) careful choice of methodologies and didactic and pedagogical resources in ac cordance with the options spelled out in curriculum documents that precede it, ( 2) adjustment of these methodologies and resources to the implementation of curr iculum integration A.5 April 3 January 2 Cooperation / coordination at the level of the Group of Teachers of Preschool in the preparation and organization of teaching activities. There was cooperation / coordination between teachers existed systematic coopera tion / coordination existed between teachers regularly cooperation / coordinatio n between teachers sporadic There was no work for cooperation / coordination bet ween faculty (1) the actions of planning and organization of school activities April 3 January 2 Total points The points to be carried B - Conduct of school activities B.1 Compliance with the objectives and educational activities in different conte nt areas, taking into account the guidance curriculum The school activities ever developed / excellent teaching activities regularly u ndertaken sporadically developed teaching activities / teaching activities seldo m developed inappropriate N (Level) Classification 1a 2a (A) conform to the curriculum guidelines of the Ministry and the Assembly and th e advance planning of teaching, (2) converge to achieve the objectives that guid e the content areas in question B.2 April 3 January 2 Use of teaching methodologies and pedagogical resources suitable for the ment of oral language, the approach to writing and mathematics The methodologies and teaching resources and pedagogical denote always / logies and excellent teaching resources and pedagogical denote regular / thodologies and teaching resources and pedagogical denote sporadic / low logies and teaching resources, teaching did not show any develop Methodo good me methodo

(A) conform to the curriculum guidelines of the Ministry and the Assembly and th e advance planning of teaching, (2) converge to achieve the objectives that guid e the content areas in question

April 3 January 2 B.3 Creating situations and learning experiences in the field of motor expressions, dramatic, artistic and musical The situations and learning experiences offered in the field of expressions alwa ys denote / excellent situations and learning experiences offered in the field o f expressions denote regular / good situations and learning experiences offered in the field of expressions denote sporadic / low situations and experiences lea rning offered in the field of expressions do not denote any (A) conform to the curriculum guidelines of the Ministry and the Assembly and th e advance planning of teaching, (2) converge to the development of motor skills, plastic and musical April 3 January 2 B.4 Communication skills and animating the development of educational activities. Showed excellent ability to communicate and stimulate children's interest in pro moting ever revealed a good ability to communicate and stimulate children's inte rest in promoting regularly revealed little ability to communicate and stimulate children's interest in promoting sporadically revealed little ability to commun icate and stimulate children's interest in not promoting (used feathers one-way communication) (1) the involvement of children in entertainment activities April 3 January 2 B.5 Use of innovative features including information technology and communication Provided always provided innovative experiences regularly innovative experiences Provided sporadically innovative experiences not provided innovative experience s (1) use of educational resources and innovative use of information technologies and communication April 3 January 2 Total points transported points B Points to carry C - Value for teaching students with C.1 Promoting a climate conducive to the welfare and emotional development, emot ional and social development of children Use of relational strategies which may potentiate always / excellent resource st rategies likely to enhance relational regularly Appeal to relational strategies which may enhance sporadically Use of relational strategies which does not poten tiate N (Level) Classification 1a 2a 1) the welfare and emotional development, emotional and social group and every c

hild April 3 January 2 C.2 Creating an educational environment conducive to the development of learning and interest of children by educational activities Use of relational strategies which may potentiate always / excellent resource st rategies likely to enhance relational regularly Appeal relational strategies whi ch may enhance sporadically Use of relational strategies which does not potentia te (A) the stability and security necessary to invest in learning tasks April 3 January 2 C.3 Granting of equal opportunities for participation, promoting the integration of children and the adoption of rules of coexistence, cooperation and respect. Appeal to rules that allow stable cohabitation as always / excellent Appeal to r ules that allow stable cohabitation regularly Appeal rules of cohabitation rathe r stable enabling sporadically There is no recourse to rules of cohabitation sta ble (1) the equal participation of all children, (2) to cooperate on their own initi ative (3) the respect for teachers and colleagues April 3 January 2 C.4 Balance in the exercise of authority and appropriateness of actions taken to mai ntain discipline in the classroom. Appeal to rules that allow stable cohabitation where the Appeal rules that allow stable cohabitation regularly Appeal rules of cohabitation rather stable enabli ng sporadically There is no recourse to rules of stable cohabitation or the exer cise of authority (1) remind the children to their existence and relevance, (2) take them to condu ct themselves by them April 3 January 2 C.5 Compliance with the Rules under the rights and duties of students in the context of room Complied and did meet and always adequately fulfilled the rules and did meet reg ularly and properly fulfilled and the rules did meet sporadically and with littl e appropriate standards or did not meet standards met (A) the rights and duties of pupils, Rules of Procedure, (2) promoting reflectio n on values and attitudes of the behaviors demonstrated April 3 January 2 Total points transported points C Points to carry

D - Assessment of student learning D.1 Diversity and appropriateness of the techniques and tools of observation and recording of diagnostic and formative assessment of learning of each child and group Use of techniques and instruments, at appropriate times to allow always / excell ent resource techniques and instruments, at appropriate times to allow regular / good use of techniques and instruments in times that are reasonably adequate sp oradically There is no recourse to technical and assessment tools N (Level) Classification 1a 2a (1) conducting diagnostic evaluation to obtain data to regulate the learning env ironment, (2) conduct formative assessment to collect data regarding children's development April 3 January 2 D.2 Regularity of evaluation and information to parents and guardians about the capa bilities and skills of children and on their development Provides always provides regularly provides to sporadically not to provide any d ata (1) children and regular moments diversified diagnostic and formative assessment , (2) parents and guardians, with adequacy, data on capacities and skills of chi ldren D.3 April 3 January 2 Use of formative assessment of children in preparing, organizing and conducting educational activities Use of methods, strategies and moments that always allow the Appeal procedures, strategies and moments that allow the regular Appeal rules, strategies and momen ts that allow sporadically No use of methods, strategies and moments that allow the regulation (1) integrate the planning of educational activities elements of formative asses sment, (2) timely integrate the planning of the proposed educational activities (self-evaluation) April 3 January 2 D.4 Children's participation in the evaluation of educational activities conducted Use of strategies, tools and moments that are always capable resource strategies , tools and moments that allow the regular Appeal strategies, tools and moments that allow sporadically Lack of use of procedures, strategies, tools and moments that allow the regulation (1) the group and each child to participate in the evaluation of educational act ivities undertaken, (2) suggest proposals to be subsumed in the planning April 3 January 2 D.5

Promotion and enhancement of learning and acquisition of knowledge outside the K indergarten Constantly seeks to strategies close to the situation of children regularly reso rted to strategies close to the reality of children occasionally resorted to str ategies close to the reality of children never resorts to strategies close to th e reality of children (1) valuing diverse socio-cultural experiences to promote learning April 3 January 2 Total points transported points D SUB-TOTAL A + B + C + D TOTAL (1 +2 A ° A: 2) COMMENTS - Reviewer's Notes: Dates Observed Indicators: Document Analysis (mark X indicators improving) A.1 A.2 A.3 A.4 A.5 D.1 D.2 D.3 D.4 D.5 __ / __ / __ __ / __ / __ __ / __ / __ __ / __ / __ __ / __ / __ __ / __ / __ Notes: COMMENTS - Reviewer's Notes: (continued) Dates Observed Indicators: Lessons Assi sted (mark X indicators improving) B.1 B.2 B.3 B.4 B.5 C.1 C.2 C.3 C.4 C.5 __ / __ / __ __ / __ / __ __ / __ / __ __ / __ / __ __ / __ / __ __ / __ / __ Notes: The Reviewer _________________________________________________, in ______ / ____ __ / ______ i E.C.D. Art. 45.3: c) observation of classes, d) Analysis of curriculum managemen t tools, e) Teaching materials developed and used f) Instruments for assessing e ducational, g) Planning of lessons and assessment tools used with students.