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ERIC Number: ED525726
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2011
Pages: 230
Abstractor: As Provided
Reference Count: 143
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Evaluating EFL Intermediate Teachers' Performance in the Light of Quality Standards in Saudi Arabia
Al-Thumali, Amani Dakheel Allah
Online Submission, M.Ed. Thesis, Taif University
The present research aimed at four points: First, Identifying the most appropriate standards of EFL Saudi teachers' performance in the light of quality standards. Second, designing an objective and comprehensive evaluation rubric based on quality standards to evaluate EFL Saudi intermediate teachers' performance. Third, determining to what extent are quality standards exhibited in the performance of EFL Saudi teachers in the intermediate stage with more than five years of experience. Fourth, determining whether there are statistically significant differences among EFL Saudi teachers' performance related to experience. The problem of the research is stated in the following questions: What are the most important domains for evaluating EFL teachers' performance in the light of quality standards? What are the characteristics of a rubric for evaluating EFL Saudi teachers' performance based on quality standards? To what extent are quality standards reflected in the performance of EFL Saudi teachers in the intermediate stage with different years of experience? Are there any statistically significant differences between EFL Saudi teachers' performance and years of experience? The researcher developed the following instruments: an analytical scoring rubric and a questionnaire, a descriptive and analytic design to device the rubric in order to determine whether Saudi EFL intermediate teachers' performance matches the quality standards. The sample of the study included (25) EFL teachers in Taif. The Present Study found that Saudi EFL intermediate teachers' performance was good. The lower experience group of EFL teachers (less than 15 years experience) were better than the lower experience group of EFL teachers (more than 15 years experience) in Planning and management of learning domain. The researcher developed proposed vision based on the recommendations to improve EFL intermediate teachers' performance. The following are appended: (1) A rubric for evaluating EFL Saudi teachers' performance; (2) The standards and indicators of Saudi Ministry of Education for teachers; (3) The questionnaire for determining the domains that are more related to teacher's performance; (4) The jury's names; (5) The dean's permission; (6) The Director of Education's permission; (7) Certificate of attending the 1st international conferences of TQM in K-12 Education; and (8) Comparison of Egyptian Pharos Standards and International Standards. (Contains 16 tables and 12 figures.)
Publication Type: Dissertations/Theses - Masters Theses; Tests/Questionnaires
Education Level: N/A
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Language: English
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Identifiers - Location: Saudi Arabia