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Principal Evaluation

Author : James H. Stronge
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Effective principals run effective schools--this much we know. Accurately measuring principal effectiveness, however, has long been an elusive goal for school administrators. In this indispensable book, author James H. Stronge details the steps and resources necessary for designing a comprehensive principal evaluation system that is based on sound research and established best practices. Here you'll find everything you need to thoroughly assess principal performance, including * An in-depth analysis of research findings related to principal evaluation. * A set of seven field-tested and research-based principal performance standards. * Detailed indicators for each standard that describe the principal's duties and expected level of performance. * A four-point performance appraisal rubric for each standard. * Forms and checklists for use in compiling evidence of performance and completing evaluations. * A step-by-step guide to planning, designing, implementing, and troubleshooting a successful evaluation system. If there's a new principal evaluation system rolling out in your school or district, or if your administration is planning to build one, Principal Evaluation: Standards, Rubrics, and Tools for Effective Performance is essential for ensuring that the system is accurate, fair, and effective.

MEANS Collection Principal evaluation techniques and tools

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Teacher Evaluation

Author : Anthony J. Shinkfield
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Teacher Evaluation: Guide to Professional Practice is organized around four dominant, interrelated core issues: professional standards, a guide to applying the Joint Committee's Standards, ten alternative models for the evaluation of teacher performance, and an analysis of these selected models. The book draws heavily on research and development conducted by the Federally funded national Center for Research on Educational Accountability and Teacher Evaluation (CREATE). The reader will come to grasp the essence of sound teacher evaluation and will be able to apply its principles, facts, ideas, processes, and procedures. Finally, the book invites and assists school professionals and other readers to examine the latest developments in teacher evaluation.

Teacher Evaluation to Enhance Professional Practice

Author : Charlotte Danielson
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Offers a guide to an effective teacher evaluation system that combines quality assurance with professional development.

Teacher Evaluation

Author : Kenneth D. Peterson
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Features in this comprehensive guide and reference include chapters on using national standards, improved forms, and district-level principles, and developments in using pupil achievement data.

Principal Evaluation and Third grade Student Reading Achievement

Author : Debora Borges-Carrera
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This mixed methods study examined the relationship between the School District of Philadelphia’s principal evaluation process and student achievement in third-grade reading as measured by the Pennsylvania System of School Assessment (PSSA) scores. This study surveyed 40 principals from the School District of Philadelphia’s Neighborhood Networks. This study was conducted in three parts. First, principals were administered an online survey to measure their perceptions concerning the School District of Philadelphia’s principal evaluation process. Second, third-grade Reading, as measured by the Pennsylvania System of School Assessment (PSSA) scores, were analyzed for the 40 schools represented in the study to determine if a relationship between the feedback principals received in their evaluation process impacted their leadership behaviors in improving third-grade literacy in their schools. Lastly, scores for the principals on the state of Pennsylvania’s Principal/School Leader Rating Form (PDE 82-2) were analyzed to determine if a relationship existed between the principals’ effectiveness rating, the principals’ perceptions of the School District of Philadelphia’s principal evaluation process, and the individual school’s third grade Reading PSSA scores. Results from this study indicated that the principals’ perceptions of the School District of Philadelphia’s principal evaluation process are not related to third-grade reading scores on the PSSA.

The Use of Recognized Teaching Models for Teacher Evaluation

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Supplement Teacher Evaluation and Certification

Author : Richard Elmer Jaggers
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Teacher Evaluation for Better Learning

Author : Lynn Kilpatrick Bradshaw
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Teacher Evaluation that Works

Author : William B. Ribas
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Offers practical and effective methods for evaluating educators and provides districts with the tools to systematically and cost effectively assess and revise their supervision and evaluation programs.

The Law and Probationary Teacher Dismissals Implications for Teacher Evaluation and Administrative Practices

Author : Hollis H. Moore
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Perceptions of Alberta Superintendents and Principals of Pr Incipal Evaluation

Author : Sterling, Keith Philip
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The Case for Commitment to Teacher Growth

Author : Richard J. Stiggins
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Most evaluations of teacher performance are brief, superficial, pro forma affairs involving a few moments of classroom observation every year or two followed by the completion of required evaluation forms. Not surprisingly, much of what has been written about teacher evaluation over the past decade reflects the dissatisfaction of teachers, the frustration of administrators, and the confusion of all parties as to the proper purposes for and methods of teacher evaluation. In this long-awaited book, Richard J. Stiggins and Daniel L. Duke approach teacher evaluation from a positive perspective. They present the results of three unique studies from over a three-year period, designed to uncover the inherent problems in current evaluation practices and find potential solutions to those problems.Relying on ethnographic case study methodology, Study One focuses on the procedures and concerns in the teacher evaluation systems of four school districts, uncovering barriers to teacher growth. Study Two also relies on case study methodology to highlight the keys to success for a few teachers who experienced significant professional growth as a result of a good-quality evaluation event. Study Three uses an instrument—the Teacher Evaluation Profile—to explore and analyze the evaluation experiences of over 400 teachers. The result is a book that gives a clear insight into the important attributes of positive growth-producing evaluation events. Implications of these studies for future teacher evaluation programs in terms of research, policy, and practice are also included in this valuable resource book. The topic is very timely. The significance if this work is that the effort begins linking staff development participation to teacher evaluation.

The Secondary School Principal

Author : Charles L. Wood
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The Impact of Principal Evaluation on Leadership Practices in Regional Office 28 Bureau Henry and Stark Counties Illinois

Author : Christina Claire Dougherty
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Developing an Effective School Staff Evaluation Program

Author : Jerry John Herman
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Design and Principal Evaluation of In line Monitoring Systems for Dynamic Microscale Fluid Networks

Author : Patrick David Erb
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Teacher Evaluation

Author : Sarah J. Stanley
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This book presents six alternative teacher evaluation approaches in six chapters. Each contributor was directed to respond to an identical stage-setting stimulus; then the chapter was immediately relayed to a public school practitioner who was asked to supply a "from-the-field" reaction. The reactions follow each chapter under the heading, "From the Practitioner's Point of View." The chapter titles and the different approaches to teacher evaluation implicit in them are as follows: (1) "Evaluation for Enhancing Instruction: Linking Teacher Evaluation and Staff Development" (Thomas L. McGreal; (2) "Create Rather Than Await Your Fate in Teacher Evaluation" (Madeline Hunter); (3) "Judgment-Based Teacher Evaluation" (W. James Popham); (4) "Teacher Performance Evaluation: A Total Systems Approach" (Richard P. Manatt); (5) "Evaluating Teachers as Professionals: The Duties-Based Approach" (Michael Scriven); and (6) "Evaluation of Teaching: The Cognitive Development View" (Arthur L. Costa, Robert J. Barmston, and Linda Lambert). References included with each chapter. (SI)

Urban School Principal Leadership Preparation

Author : James David Smith
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Teacher Education Program Evaluation and Follow up Studies

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