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Teacher Performance Evaluation System. Data Sources. Stronge Teacher and Leader Effectiveness System. Why are effective teachers so important?. Sequence of Effective Teachers. High. Low. Low. 13 percentile p oints difference. High. High. High. Sanders & Rivers (1996).

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sequence of effective teachers
Sequence of Effective Teachers






points difference




Sanders & Rivers (1996)

residual effect
Residual Effect

Two years of effective teachers could not remediate the achievement loss caused by one year with a poor teacher.

Mendro, Jordan, Gomez, Anderson, & Bembry(1998)



Math Certification for HS


Math Certification for Elem


Standard Cert vs. No Cert


Standard Cert vs. Alt Cert

sample performance indicators
Sample Performance Indicators

Examples may include, but are not limited to...

teacher responsibilities
Teacher Responsibilities
  • Having knowledge of the content, students, and curriculum
  • Planning instruction that meets student needs and curricular requirements
  • Offering appropriate and engaging instruction
  • Assessing student work
  • Providing a safe and secure learning environment
  • Demonstrating professionalism and communicating effectively
  • Increasing student achievement
possibilities and pitfalls of using student surveys
Possibilities and pitfalls of using student surveys



  • Teachers receive feedback from the receivers of their services
  • Teachers can use as a formative evaluation to improve practice
  • Concern that results are based on popularity
  • Surveys might not ask the right questions
  • Surveys might not ask the right students.