Professional Performance Review Process: Your Best PR Tool The Professional Performance Review Process (PPRP) was designed specifically for the school-based speech-language pathologist and enhances the four major purposes of professional performance review that have been identified in educational literature. The PPRP combines a formative self-reflection tool (including workload analysis) with a summative evaluation process. ... Article
Article  |   October 01, 2009
Professional Performance Review Process: Your Best PR Tool
Author Affiliations & Notes
  • Patricia (Trici) Schraeder
    UW-Madison Department of Communicative Disorders, Madison, WI
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School-Based Settings / Professional Issues & Training / Articles
Article   |   October 01, 2009
Professional Performance Review Process: Your Best PR Tool
SIG 16 Perspectives on School-Based Issues, October 2009, Vol. 10, 78-81. doi:10.1044/sbi10.3.78
SIG 16 Perspectives on School-Based Issues, October 2009, Vol. 10, 78-81. doi:10.1044/sbi10.3.78
Abstract

The Professional Performance Review Process (PPRP) was designed specifically for the school-based speech-language pathologist and enhances the four major purposes of professional performance review that have been identified in educational literature. The PPRP combines a formative self-reflection tool (including workload analysis) with a summative evaluation process.

Acknowledgment
The Professional Performance Review Process Guidelines were developed by an Ad Hoc Joint Committee of ASHA Special Interest Division 11, Administration and Supervision, and Division 16, School-Based Issues, on Professional Performance Review for the School-Based Speech-Language Pathologist. Members of the group were Trici Schraeder (chair), Sheryl C. Amaral, Susan Bartlett, Susan Floyd, Erin Dyer, DeAnne Wellman Owre, Jeri Berman (ex officio, 2005-2006), and Michelle Ferketic (ex officio, 2006). Vice President for Professional Practices in Speech-Language Pathology (2003-2005) Celia Hooper and Vice President for Professional Practices in Speech-Language Pathology (2006-2008) Brian Shulman served as the monitoring vice presidents. The document was approved by ASHA's Legislative Council on August 31, 2006. Additional committee members added since 2006 include Linda Adams, Cornelia Cave, Kathleen Fahey, Debora Forrester, Twhanna Green, Fran Herbert, Julia Jackson, Jill Parmenter, Judy Rudebusch, Jamie Thomas, and Yvana Uranga-Hernandez.
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