Can Teacher Evaluation Improve Teaching and Learning?. Lynn Bradshaw, Randy Joyner, & Susan Colby East Carolina University. Trends in Teacher Evaluation. Concerns about the limited impact of a focus on minimal competency Potential for growth-oriented, goal setting models
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Can Teacher Evaluation Improve Teaching and Learning?
Lynn Bradshaw, Randy Joyner, & Susan Colby
East Carolina University
To what extent are accountability policies aligned with what we know about teacher development and student learning?
How has increasing accountability affected the already tenuous balance between formative and summative teacher evaluation?
How important is it for teachers or administrators to like the teacher evaluation system?
To what degree is (or should be) the National Board Certification process consistent with current expectations of teachers and procedures for evaluating their performance? What is the impact of National Board Certification on accountability goals?