Evaluating America's Teachers

Mission Possible?
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ISBN-13:
9781452277585
Einband:
PDF
Seiten:
200
Autor:
W. James Popham
eBook Typ:
PDF
eBook Format:
PDF
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

When teacher evaluations are fair, everyone wins.Poor evaluation systems don't just hurt teachersthey hurt students, too. That's why America can't afford to wait for the teacher-evaluation problem to be solved. To provide balanced, accurate, and rigorous evaluations that take into account each teacher's particular circumstances, only one system can work: evidence-governed collegial judgment. This book includes: A discussion of common evaluation systems, including testing, value-added models, and observations Analysis of federal guidelines and state responses Action steps teachers and school leaders can take to influence policy A clear rationale and strategies for implementing a teacher evaluation model based on human judgment
When teacher evaluations are fair, everyone wins.Poor evaluation systems don't just hurt teachersthey hurt students, too. That's why America can't afford to wait for the teacher-evaluation problem to be solved. To provide balanced, accurate, and rigorous evaluations that take into account each teacher's particular circumstances, only one system can work: evidence-governed collegial judgment. This book includes: A discussion of common evaluation systems, including testing, value-added models, and observations Analysis of federal guidelines and state responses Action steps teachers and school leaders can take to influence policy A clear rationale and strategies for implementing a teacher evaluation model based on human judgment
W. James Popham, one of the country's foremost experts in education measurement and evaluation, proposes a commonsense approach to teacher evaluation that utilizes the expertise and professional judgment of master teachers. In this groundbreaking book, Popham:Discusses the strengths and weaknesses of common evaluation systems such as testing, value-added models, and classroom observationsDescribes a teacher evaluation system based on collegial judgment, in which experienced educators are trained and certified to evaluate teacher performanceProvides cases and examples of how collegial judgment represents the most fair, accurate, and rigorous approach to teacher evaluation

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