Teacher evaluations

Should Schools Consider 360-Degree Feedback?

With coming changes in the educational environment, legislators, educators and parents are trying to find the best way to serve students while also retaining teachers who can create a quality learning environment. While there are a variety of  methods...
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3 Principles for Shaping Teacher Evaluations & Professional Growth Plans

It’s no secret that schools need to find new ways to engage and develop their teachers to retain their staff and deliver high-quality education. While workshops, seminars, and training courses can inform and motivate, they aren’t enough to...
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3 Critical Hallmarks of Effective Teacher Evaluations

If the state of New York is any indication of things to come, more officials will start finalizing plans to conclusively overhaul their school systems, including teacher evaluations, which have been the subject of much debate in recent years. The revisions...
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Student Growth Still a Critical Factor in Teacher Evaluations

The backlash against using student test scores to evaluate teachers continues to gain momentum, with Georgia among the latest states changing their policies. In a unanimous vote, the Georgia State Board decided to diminish the role of student test scores....
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