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ERIC Number: ED083746
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973-Aug-6
Pages: 15
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Involvement -- A Keyword in a Performance Evaluation Program.
Redfern, George B.
Evaluation by mandate, stemming either from legislative statute or action of the State education agency, is a growing development. Such mandates, however, do not necessarily stipulate the precise form of evaluation. It is therefore not surprising that traditional procedures outnumber newer approaches because school administrators, supervisors, and teachers are accustomed to viewing appraisal as a one-day rating process. However, it is more sensible to design evaluation procedures that call for performance objectives, specify a cooperative plan of action to achieve these goals, engage in both self-evaluation and evaluator assessments, and conduct a conference between teacher and evaluator to discuss implications of the evaluations and make plans for the future. (Author/WM)
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Note: Speech given before Kentucky Association of School Administrators Meeting (Louisville, Kentucky, August 6, 1973)