Evaluation Training

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Evaluation Training

  1. 1. Teacher Evaluations Great Evaluations are not Magic!
  2. 2. Overview
  3. 3. Evaluation Purpose What is the purpose?
  4. 4. Evaluation Purpose The general purpose of teacher evaluation is to safeguard and improve the quality of instruction received by students (Kremer, 1988). According to the literature there are six main purposes of teacher evaluation. l. It should strive to improve instruction by fostering self-development and peer assistance. (Rebore, 1991) 2. Staff development activities can be rated and identified (Stanley dk Popham, 1988). 3. The selection process can be validated (McGreal, 1983). 4. A well-designed, properly functioning teacher evaluation process provides a major communication link between the school system and teachers (Walsh, 1987). 5. Personnel decisions such as retention, transfer, tenure, promotion, demotion, and dismissal can be enhanced through an effective evaluation process (Kremer, 1988). 6. Teacher evaluation is capable of protecting students from incompetent teachers by bringing structured assistance to marginal teachers (Stanley 2 Popham, 1988).
  5. 5. Evaluation Process Preparation Observation Data Collection Post-Conference
  6. 6. Evaluation Product  Exceeds Expectations?  Proficient ?  Below Expectations  Unsatisfactory
  7. 7. Evaluation Product Engage in Learning Pacing/Sequencing Monitored Assessed Value/Importance Connect Learning (Exp) Lesson Plans
  8. 8. Evaluation Plan Aware Apply Authenticate

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