WSU department CE representatives must visit the adjunct instructor at least once a year, to assess skill level, provide best practices, and offer other resources.
Key Observations (1-Poor; 5-Excellent)
1. Course Content
Instructor follows the approved syllabus and uses other requested material(s).
2. Student Assignments
Follows assignments listed in the syllabus. Any additional assignments maintain course
rigor. Uses department grading rubric. Assignments contain clear explanations and
expected levels of performance.
3. Student Performance
Student meets or exceeds grade norms for department. Learning objectives are met,
and the students are ready to take the next course in sequence.
4. Classroom Ambience
Meets or exceeds campus class ambience, appropriate interaction with and by student,
and general class control is conducive to learning.
Meets or exceeds instructional support at WSU campus. Equipment specified in the
qualifications document and syllabus is available to facilitate student learning
6. Instructional Materials
All appropriate material is available for student use including required text, workbook,
supplemental materials, and handouts, etc.
7. Adjunct Faculty Performance
Instructor performance is comparable with campus personnel. Keeps student work (i.e.,
exams, major assignments) to verify student’s grade for 6 months past student’s
Given that the instructor represents WSU, the concurrent enrollment program, and
your respective department, your appraisal of the instructor’s performance, classroom,
and school is invaluable. The instructor, classroom, and school meet or exceed the
standards, requirements, and expectations indicated in the WSU concurrent qualifications
document, and as specified in the annual department training module:
I reviewed this evaluation form with the WSU Concurrent Adjunct Instructor: