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"Teacher Evaluation" Edited by Sarah Stanley and James Popham
This paper analyzes the book "Teacher Evaluation: Six Prescriptions for Success", edited by Sarah Stanley and James Popham, a compilation of approaches to evaluating effective teaching.
# 21970 | 2,700 words | 1 source | 1995 | US
Published on Mar 12, 2003 in Education (Administration) , Education (Theory)


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"This paper is a summary and analysis of the book "Teacher Evaluation: Six Prescriptions for Success", a compilation of approaches to evaluating effective teaching. School administrations continue to search for comprehensive tools for evaluating how well their teachers do their jobs. The six approaches presented here offer six different perspectives on the problem, each of which contributes significantly to the discussion, from emphasizing the need for ongoing staff development to analyzing the precise tasks and ways of thinking that a teacher needs to use in the classroom. None gives a comprehensive solution. Taken together, however, these six prescriptions illuminate some of the possible traps and areas of concern that school administrators face in asking how effectively their schools educate their pupils. The prescriptions were ... "

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