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Teacher Evaluation
Discusses the importance of teacher input on the process of teacher evaluation.
# 46986 | 2,818 words | 7 sources | APA | 2004 | US
Published on Jan 27, 2004 in Education (Administration) , Education (Teaching Methods) , Education (Theory)

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This paper's intended purpose is to explain the outcomes of a teacher's seminar concerning the usefulness and importance of teacher evaluation programs. The seminar assessed the rational, purpose, criteria, uses, planning, and organization of a teacher evaluation program. It was organized with the intention of obtaining the input of teachers on issues regarding their own evaluation process and how it might be added to or changed to better meet the needs of teachers in their professional growth process. The paper is a compilation and an analysis of the questions asked and answered by the attendees of the seminar.

From the Paper:

"Teacher evaluation is a controversial topic. It is often thought by the general public and even some educators that once a teacher rises to a certain level there is little incentive to alter practices based on current research or training and even more alarming the ability for an administrator to terminate a teacher's contract can be difficult."

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