ERIC Number: ED310534
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1989-Jun
Reference Count: N/A
Cultivating Excellence: A Curriculum for Excellence in School Administration. VI. Teacher Evaluation in New Hampshire.
In this sixth report in a series about cultivating excellence in education for the purpose of training and retraining school leaders of the 1990s, nine major issues involved with revision of teacher evaluation in New Hampshire are outlined and described. After the issues are identified, a source is cited for obtaining journal articles, book chapters, questionnaires, sample forms, and examples of teacher evaluation plans. Initiating the revision process is the focus of the first issue. Issue 2 describes the purposes of teacher education. Issue 3 discusses teacher and administrator involvement in teacher evaluation. Issue 4 centers on developing a set of agreed-upon characteristics of effective teaching. Issue 5 is concerned with the evaluation process' success in achieving the goals of the evaluation; these goals should be realistically attainable with the resources available. Sources of data that a school district can use in the teacher evaluation process are listed in the sixth issue. Issue 7 discusses the validity and reliability of the evaluation process. Issue 8 concerns who should participate in training sessions. The reexamination and revision of the evaluation plan is the focus of the final issue. (JAM)
Publication Type: Opinion Papers; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: New Hampshire School Administrators Association, Durham.
Identifiers - Location: New Hampshire