ERIC Number: ED057008
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
Reference Count: 0
Teacher Evaluation: Interface on Learning.
Ohio Education Association, Columbus.
This document contains papers from a variety of sources related to the topic of teacher evaluation. Following a brief introduction, chapter two provides a definition of evaluation. Chapter three outlines some current problems in appraisal and suggests a new approach. Chapter four contains four models of appraisal procedure: classroom observations, rating scales, the Redfern Model, and the Battelle Self Appraisal Instrument. Chapter five is a review of research on teacher appraisal and teaching effectiveness. Chapter six is concerned with the analysis of research findings. Chapter seven is the official position paper of the Ohio Education Association on teacher evaluation. Chapter eight contains 17 specific suggestions for improving the ability of the individual to perform his assigned responsibilities. Chapter nine gives the teacher evaluation position of the New Jersey Education Association. Chapter 10 lists guidelines developed by the St. Louis Suburban Teachers Association. Chapter 11 includes a selected list of systems and resources on the evaluation of instruction and of educators. Chapter 12 contains the instruments for the evaluation program of the Akron Public Schools and Chapter 13 the program for the Toledo Public Schools. Chapter 14 lists examples of position descriptions, Chapter 15 contains material for administrative and supervisory evaluation, and Chapter 16 gives the fair dismissal standards of NEA. (MBM)
Descriptors: Classroom Observation Techniques, Evaluation Criteria, Evaluation Methods, Self Evaluation, Teacher Evaluation
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Authoring Institution: Ohio Education Association, Columbus.