Teacher Evaluation: Guide to Effective Practice

Teacher Evaluation: Guide to Effective Practice

by Anthony J. Shinkfield, D.L. Stufflebeam


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780792396741
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Publication date: 02/29/1996
Series: Evaluation in Education and Human Services , #41
Edition description: 1995
Pages: 400
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.24(d)

Table of Contents

1 Historical Perspectives of Teacher Evaluation.- Pre-World War II.- Post-World War II Until the Mid-1970s.- The Late 1970s to the Present.- Future Challenges in Evaluation.- A National Center for Research on Teacher Evaluation and Dissemination of Outcomes.- The Praxis Series: Professional Assessments for Beginning Teachers.- The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards.- Conclusion.- References.- 2 Standards and Criteria for Teacher Evaluation.- Preamble: The Place and Importance of Standards.- References.- Professional Standards for Assessing and Improving Teacher Evaluation Systems.- Criteria for Performance-Based Teacher Assessments: Validity, Standards, and Issues.- 3 School Professionals’ Guide to Improving Teacher Evaluation Systems.- Preamble: A GUIDE to Improving Teacher Evaluation Systems.- Teacher Evaluation: Its Purpose, Meaning, and Improvement.- Organizing a Participatory Project to Improve Teacher Evaluation.- Profiling the Current Teacher Evaluation System.- Determining which Personnel Evaluation Standards Are Met by the Present Evaluation System.- Deciding and Planning How to Improve the Teacher Evaluation System.- Improving the Current Teacher Evaluation System.- Planning and Implementing the Evaluation Improvement Project.- References.- Form for Documenting a Teacher Evaluation System.- Questions to Be Answered in Addressing the Personnel Evaluation Standards.- 4 Models for Teacher Evaluation.- Preamble: Overview of Alternative Models.- Madeline Hunter: Instructional Effectiveness Through Clinical Supervision.- Thomas McGreal: Characteristics of Successful Teacher Evaluation.- Appendix: An Example of an Evaluation System That Reflects the Commonalities of Successful Systems.- Edward Iwanicki: Contract Plans—A Professional Growth-Oriented Approach to Evaluating Teacher Performance.- Getting Value from Teacher Self-Evaluation.- Richard Manatt: Teacher Performance Evaluation.- Toledo School District: Intern and Intervention Programs.- Principal and Peer Evaluation of Teachers for Professional Development.- The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards: Assessing Accomplished Teaching.- The Tennessee Value-Added Assessment System (TVAAS): Mixed Model Methodology in Educational Assessment.- An Accountability System Featuring Both “Value-Added” and Product Measures of Schooling.- 5 An Analysis of Alternate Models.- A Summary of the Purposes of the Ten Models Selected in Chapter 4.- An Examination of the Models Against the Joint Committee’s Standards.- The Worth of the Presented Models for Decision Making.- References.

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