Students will engage in critical reflection about, how their own personal attitudes and beliefs about, competence and success can influence supervision,, with a particular focus on how personal, assumptions and implicit bias can influence the, evaluation process. The course is not a clinical, supervision course. Course topics include, effective hiring and retention practices,, supervision and evaluation that promotes, culturally responsive practice, objective, documentation of employee performance, assessing, for competence and the potential for growth, the, legal basis for supervising and evaluating, classified, certified, and administrative, employees, review of and familiarization with, district evaluation documents, and analysis of, personal leadership approaches and behaviors, and, developing and using culturally responsive, supervision and evaluation systems.