ERIC Number: ED029385
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968
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The Employment and Evaluation Cycle in Education.
Huddy, James A., Jr.
Employment and evaluation in education comprise a cyclic process that can be used for continual upgrading of staff and improvement of the total educational program. Procedural steps include (1) improved screening and recruiting practices, (2) greater use of indepth evaluation, including teacher involvement in the evaluation process, (3) structuring of interview and evaluation instruments and techniques so that interview and evaluation results may be compared or correlated, and (4) utilizing terminal evaluations and interviews of teachers to obtain their opinions of the strengths and weaknesses of the school system. Considerations of the employment process include records used, nature of the interview, interview planning, the interview session, and information value of the interview. Evaluation emphases include inservice evaluation of teachers, comparison of interview results and performance evaluations, and terminal evaluations and interviews. Thirteen exhibits illustrate various forms used to record teacher employment and evaluation information. (JK)
Descriptors: Employment Interviews, Employment Practices, Records (Forms), Task Performance, Teacher Employment, Teacher Evaluation
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Authoring Institution: Educational Service Bureau, Inc., Washington, DC.