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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

High

Low

Low

13

percentile

points difference

High

High

High

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)

certification
Certification

+

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

Possibilities

Pitfalls

  • 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.