This artifact explicitly addresses the italicized parts of the criteria.
Indicator 1.5 - As part of the selection process, screened applicants participate in a combination of activities designed to assess their potential as effective equity-centered school leaders. These may include applicant interviews, presentations, simulations, and role-play that require demonstration of cognitive skills (e.g., communication, problem-solving) and dispositions (e.g., growth mindset, strengths-based thinking).
Description: Descriptions of a video and written report Ashland University applicants are required to submit during the candidate selection process. See this corresponding exemplar entry for Indicator 1.6 Candidate Selection from Ashland University that explains the screening process to panelists, includes a rubric for them to score the video and written reports, and the Excel template that tracks scoring across candidates.
Why we selected this as an exemplar: Our team thought these applicant assessment activities, and the collection of documents describing the screening process and rubric materials found under Indicator 1.6 Candidate Selection, encompassed a thorough assessment of applicants’ leadership potential.