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ERIC Number: ED156677
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1977
Pages: 18
Abstractor: N/A
Determining Valid Criteria for Teacher Evaluation.
Chan, Tak-Cheung
Georgia Association of Middle School Principals' Journal, v1 n1 Spr 1977
Teaching may seem too complex and too involved in various dimensions of affective and cognitive aspects of learning for a good teacher evaluation program to be devised. A hierarchy of criteria is proposed, based upon analysis of observable versus unobservable characteristics, measureable and non-measureable characteristics, and attributes and variables. Once reliability is established, then the conceptually more difficult task of determining validity can begin. The ultimate goal of validity can only be based upon reliability. The research task of developing reliable methods of evaluating teachers and determining the validity of the criteria on which these methods rest lies before us. (Author/CTM)
Publication Type: Journal Articles
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