TEACHER PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT CYCLE BASED ON EMPLOYEE’S TARGET
Keywords:Employee Work Targets, Performance Management Cycle, Teacher Performance
The purpose of this study is to know how teacher performance management as a continuous performance process to equalize individual teacher goals and educational institutions also teacher performance series starting from the planning, implementation and evaluation phase which are oriented to minimum work standards in order to obtain income eligibility, benefits, and promotion or rank only which resulting in the performance of teachers dwelling on matters of an administrative nature and setting aside performance processes that produce output and outcome according to the objectives of educational institutions. This research used a qualitative research design by concerning to a phenomenon approach. Data collection techniques used by some steps such as observation, interviews and documentation. Data analysis included single site analysis and cross-site analysis with data analysis techniques; data reduction, data presentation, and conclusions. This research produced four main findings among others; first, in pre-cycle stage with preparation for assessment and creating a teacher performance assessment team; second, the phase of planning with the phase of defining, discussing roles, responsibilities, and measurable expectations; third, the phase of coaching with the phase of observation, monitoring, support, feedback, and appreciation; the four phase of the teacher performance management cycle are performance evaluations.
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