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Churches, Richard; Lawrance, Jan – Education Development Trust, 2021
Recruiting and retaining excellent teachers remains a pressing policy issue in education systems worldwide. According to UNESCO estimates, 68.8 million teachers will need to be recruited globally to meet Sustainable Development Goal 4. However, simply recruiting more teachers will not be enough to meet this challenge: we need to recruit…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Recruitment, Teacher Competencies, Mathematics Teachers
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Volante, Paulo; Valenzuela, Sergio; Díaz, Alejandro; Fernández, Magdalena; Mladinic, Antonio – School Leadership & Management, 2019
This study seeks to develop and validate an Assessment Centre (AC) tool for the evaluation and selection of school leaders, focusing on the identification of competencies that influence teaching and learning outcomes. International research supports the creation of Assessment Centres to select candidates for these roles, due to their superior…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Personnel Selection, School Administration, Assessment Centers (Personnel)
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Damons, Deonita; le Grange, Jason J.; Mason, Roger B.; Louw, Steven W. – Africa Education Review, 2019
South Africa's new occupational and vocational qualifications require assessment centres with a national footprint to conduct national summative assessments which are convenient and cost effective for learners. This new assessment process requires specialised facilities, but few current facilities can provide these. The research project proposed a…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Summative Evaluation, Retailing, Quality Assurance
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Jacobs, Rick R.; Griswold, Kaytlynn R.; Swigart, Kristen L.; Loviscky, Greg E.; Heinen, Rachel L. – Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council, 2018
Honors graduates have much to learn when transitioning into their first position after college. For instance, workplaces have an entirely different culture and set of expectations from undergraduate honors classrooms. Furthermore, the skills they need to become successful employees or graduate students are different from those required of…
Descriptors: Honors Curriculum, Employment Qualifications, Communication Skills, Work Environment
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Hughes, Katherine L.; Scott-Clayton, Judith – Community College Review, 2011
For many students entering community colleges, the first stop on campus is to an assessment center. More than half of these students will be placed into developmental education as a result of their scores on reading, writing, and mathematics entry assessments, yet there is little evidence that this improves student outcomes. We examine alternative…
Descriptors: Evidence, Community Colleges, Assessment Centers (Personnel), Educational Policy
Karvonen, Meagan; Wakeman, Shawnee Y.; Browder, Diane M.; Rogers, Melinda A. S.; Flowers, Claudia – Online Submission, 2011
In response to federal requirements for general curriculum access and participation in large-scale academic assessments, states have shifted curriculum for students with significant cognitive disabilities from a primarily functional model to one that includes academics. What does academic instruction look like for students with significant…
Descriptors: Alternative Assessment, Academic Education, Special Education Teachers, Assessment Centers (Personnel)
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Lievens, Filip; Patterson, Fiona – Journal of Applied Psychology, 2011
In high-stakes selection among candidates with considerable domain-specific knowledge and experience, investigations of whether high-fidelity simulations (assessment centers; ACs) have incremental validity over low-fidelity simulations (situational judgment tests; SJTs) are lacking. Therefore, this article integrates research on the validity of…
Descriptors: Investigations, Job Performance, Validity, Assessment Centers (Personnel)
Brodersen, D. Apryl; Thornton, George C., III – Performance Improvement Quarterly, 2011
Despite widespread application of developmental assessment centers (DACs), little is known about the impact of the process on participants' understanding of the assessed performance dimensions. This study explores this issue by applying Golembiewski, Billingsley, and Yeager's (1976) tripartite model of change to assess the presence of alpha, beta,…
Descriptors: Assessment Centers (Personnel), Change, Middle Management, Administrators
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Keele, Sophie M.; Sturre, Vanessa L.; von Treuer, Kathryn; Feenstra, Frances – Journal of Teaching and Learning for Graduate Employability, 2010
Work placements as a form of Work Integrated Learning (WIL) are widely recognised for the positive impact they have on improving the employability and work readiness of students. Assessment Centres (ACs) are typically used in corporate settings for recruitment, selection and more recently to provide developmental feedback to participants. The…
Descriptors: Career Readiness, Graduate Students, Employment Potential, Evaluation Methods
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Kellett, Janet B.; Humphrey, Ronald H.; Sleeth, Randall G. – Career Development International, 2009
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to test the hypothesis that perceived collective efficacy would mediate the effects of self-efficacy on individual task performance. Design/methodology/approach: An assessment center design with 147 participants in 49 three-person groups was used. Findings: It is found that for individuals working on an…
Descriptors: Self Efficacy, Performance Factors, Career Development, Hypothesis Testing
Flanary, Dick – Principal Leadership, 2009
The NASSP "Breaking Ranks" framework lays out multiple strategies for building capacity within a school, beginning with the leaders. To change an organization and increase its capacity to produce greater results, the people within the organization must change and increase their capacity. School change begins with changes in the principal, the…
Descriptors: Assistant Principals, Educational Change, Assessment Centers (Personnel), Leadership
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Bowler, Mark C.; Woehr, David J. – Journal of Vocational Behavior, 2009
Recent Monte Carlo research has illustrated that the traditional method for assessing the construct-related validity of assessment center (AC) post-exercise dimension ratings (PEDRs), an application of confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) to a multitrait-multimethod matrix, produces inconsistent results [Lance, C. E., Woehr, D. J., & Meade, A. W.…
Descriptors: Monte Carlo Methods, Multitrait Multimethod Techniques, Construct Validity, Validity
American Federation of Teachers (NJ), 2009
This guide is intended to lead candidates through the National Board Certification process and help them address some of the challenges that past candidates have identified. This guide is divided into seven sections: (1) Am I Ready? contains information on those things candidates need to know and do before they begin putting together their…
Descriptors: Portfolios (Background Materials), Scoring, Teacher Certification, Assessment Centers (Personnel)
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Kurz, Tom – Intercultural Education, 2009
The three non-profit student exchange organizations AFS, Experiment and YFU, have been running a special assessment center for the development of skills necessary for volunteers working in international student exchange. This paper presents the goals and intentions behind this tool and also discusses the use of human resource development tools in…
Descriptors: Assessment Centers (Personnel), Volunteers, Skill Development, Nonprofit Organizations
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O'Toole, Sean; Ferres, Natalie – Australian Journal of Adult Learning, 2008
This paper examines the use of development centre methodology to measure the gap in performance for fieldwork staff in a social welfare organisation. The process follows the construction of a capability framework, a set of work-based simulations for participants and the use of a 360-degree instrument. These processes are combined to measure and…
Descriptors: Community Services, Welfare Services, Caseworkers, Organizational Development
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