Coahoma changes evaluation system for faculty, staff
Next fall, Coahoma Community College will introduce the 360 Peer-to-Peer Feedback System, designed to provide each employee with an accurate picture of his or her performance from all angles.
As its name suggests, the new system will give every CCC employee the opportunity to play an active role in giving anonymous feedback on the performance of their peers and supervisors with online-based assessments.
The system was developed by CCC’s Director of Research and Assessment, Margaret Dixon; Academic Counselor, Yolanda Morton; and Special Population Personnel, Sheila Sanders as a project during their participation in the Mississippi Community College Leadership Academy.
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