Eda 534 Module 1

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TELSA Inventory Summary Page
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* Record your score for each of the 10 domains of the TELSA Inventory as listed below. Be sure to carefully read the instructions about how to calculate your score for each domain. Submit this to the instructor by the end of Module 1. *

* The TELSA Inventory Domains Mean Score *
* 1. Lead Analysis, Design, and Development of Instruction __194_______ *
* 2. Lead Implementation of Instruction ___141______
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* 3. Lead Evaluation of Instruction ___366______
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* 4. Lead Staff Development____263_____
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* 5. Perform Learner-Related Administrative Duties __119_______ *
* 6. Perform Staff-Related Administrative Duties _269________ *
* 7. Perform Budgetary and Other Administrative Duties __152_______ *
* 8. Communicate/Use Communication Technology _209________ *
* 9. Self- Development _______51__ *
* 10. Crisis Management __94_______ *

T E L S A
Training and Educational Leader Self Assessment:
a tool for systematically determining the development
needs of training and educational leaders
© 1998. Developed for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Carlsbad Area Office (CAO) by the Westinghouse Electric Company of CBS, Inc. The CAO and Westinghouse transfer this tool to US educational institutions, businesses, government agencies, nonprofit organizations, and citizens at no cost to recipients through the CAO/Westinghouse technology transfer program. This program supports U.S. Federal Government initiatives to ensure U.S. educational and economic competitiveness in the global economy. Training and Educational Leader Self Assessment (TELSA)

Purpose
The purpose of TELSA is to provide you, our training and educational leaders, with a tool for assessing your development needs. We believe that you will find TELSA to be a useful tool if you hold or are a candidate for any of the following leadership positions:

• Academic Dean
• Academic Department Chair
• Human Resources Development Manager
• Organizational Development Manager
• Organizational Learning Manager
• School Principal
• School Superintendent
• Training Manager/Director
• Training or Educational Team Leader
Why assess the needs of training and educational leaders? The answer is simple: in our rush to address the development needs of our learners, trainers, teachers, and professors, we frequently forget to address our own development needs.

Instructions
Instructions for TELSA are capitalized, in bold, numbered sequentially, and enclosed in brackets: [ 1 – TURN TO THE NEXT PAGE.]
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[ 2 – CAREFULLY TEAR THIS PAGE OUT OF YOUR BOOKLET AND TURN TO THE NEXT PAGE.]
DIF Table
Difficulty *
In performing task properly
Importance
of performing task properly
Frequency
in performing task
1 = EASY for me to perform 1 = of MINIMAL
IMPORTANCE
D = I perform this task DAILY or
more
2 = SOMEWHAT EASY
for me to perform
2= of SOME IMPORTANCE W= I perform this task
WEEKLY
3 = AVERAGE DIFFICULTY
for me to perform
3= of AVERAGE
IMPORTANCE
M= I perform this task
MONTHLY
4 = DIFFICULT for me to
perform
4= of ABOVE AVERAGE
IMPORTANCE
Y = I perform this task YEARLY
or less
5 = VERY DIFFICULT for me to
perform
5= of EXTREME
IMPORTANCE
N = I have NEVER performed
this task
* If you have not performed a task, estimate how difficult the task would be for you to perform. iii
TELSA Survey Form
[ 3 – FOR EACH OF THE FOLLOWING TASKS, CIRCLE THE DIFFICULTY, IMPORTANCE, AND FREQUENCY LEVELS. USE THE DIF MODEL ON THE PAGE THAT YOU TORE OUT OF YOUR BOOKLET TO MAKE YOUR SELECTION. IGNORE THE TASK SCORE COLUMN FOR NOW.]

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