Professional Development for Teachers

Managers still Using Widget Effect when Conducting Teacher Evaluations

Would you ever consider your teachers as nothing more than widgets? Although most principals and school officials would respond with a resounding “No,” it appears that the so-called “Widget Effect” still applies to how teachers are treated, according...
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Motivate Teachers by Becoming a More Effective Leader

In the movement to improve America’s score on quality education, plenty of attention has been focused on teacher performance, with teacher evaluations being at the forefront of reforms to address some of the challenges. Some teachers are now reporting...
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Research Reveals New Developments in Teacher Evaluations

No matter which side of the fence you’re on with legislation regarding recent education reforms, new research seems to be showing that they have led to significant — and positive — changes in how teacher evaluations. Just late last year, President...
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