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Teacher’s Assessment
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  • 1. 3.3 TEACHER’S ASSESSMENT Prof. S.G.Isave, Tilak College of Education, Pune-30
  • 2. ASSESSMSNT TEACHER PARENTS ADMINSTRATOR STUDENT
  • 3. Teacher’s Duties in Higher Education
    • Teaching.
    • Research.
    • Extension.
  • 4. Criterion
    • Content - updated, accurate, vast.
    • Teaching – all skills questioning, bb work, use of aids, handling of queries.
    • Student-teacher relation – guidance, understanding, discipline, praise-punishment
    • Appearance – neat, clean, as per profession.
  • 5.
    • Relation with colleague - cooperative, objective, informal-formal, helpful
    • Relation with sub-ordinates – cooperative, executor, respectful.
    • Relation with society – member of social organizations.
    Criterion
  • 6.
    • Professional – knowledge of rules, membership of organizations, attending in service programmed.
    • Researcher – articles, action researches,
    • Publish work – article, paper reading, books
    Criterion
  • 7. Professional Skills
    • Communication.
    • Technology.
    • Versatile.
    • Documentation.
    • Cooperation.
    • Ethical.
    • Motivator.
    • Lawful.
    • Impartial.
  • 8. Self Appraisal
    • Compulsory in higher education.
    • No confidential report (C.R.).
    • Per year’s assessment should be submitted to the principal at the end of an academic year.
    • Format is given in Maharashtra University Act 1995.
    • Form available at universities.
    • Should present at the time of promotion.
  • 9. Self Appraisal
    • Advantages
    • Limitations
  • 10. By Students (compulsory by NAAC)
    • Advantages
    • Limitations
  • 11. By Peer (not much importance given)
    • Limitations
    • Advantages
  • 12. By Management (Head) (during probation and complaints)
    • Advantages
    • Limitations
  • 13. By Parents (not in higher education)
    • Advantages
    • Limitations
  • 14. Thanks !

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