Designing Teacher Evaluation Systems: New Guidance from the Measures of Effective Teaching Project.pdf

Designing Teacher Evaluation Systems: New Guidance from the Measures of Effective Teaching Project.pdf
 

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Definitive research for meaningful teacher evaluations All across America, in urban, suburban, and rural schools, teacher evaluation procedures are much-debated. Evaluation processes for teachers have varied over the years, and the usefulness of those processes to improve and assess the quality of a teacher's instruction has been questionable and often non-existent. Designing Teacher Evaluation Systems, New Guidance from the Measures of Effective Teaching Project provides you with original research from an extensive study that will help you rethink and redesign teacher evaluation procedures. Using the MET data set, Designing Teacher Evaluation Systems addresses the top questions of practitioners who are involved in designing reliable and useful teacher evaluations. Former teacher assessments were not effective in identifying poor performers from good performers. This book offers you new guidance to build evaluation programs that will fairly and accurately evaluate teaching practices employed by your instructors. It will also: Share information from some of the leading thinkers in K-12 education Cover over three years of definitive research in the field of teacher evaluation Help you develop and employ effective evaluation processes Instruct and guide future leaders in education Filled with a rich supply of valuable information from MET researchers around the country, Designing Teacher Evaluation Systems is a thorough collection that equips you to devise and implement a teacher evaluation procedure that will enhance your teachers' performance and improve your students' achievement levels. This book shows how teacher evaluations can become meaningful assessments used to bolster educational excellence for teachers and students.

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