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eBook Getting Teacher Evaluation Right: What Really Matters for Effectiveness and Improvement ePub

by Linda Darling-Hammond

  • ISBN: 0807754463
  • Category: Schools and Teaching
  • Subcategory: Education
  • Author: Linda Darling-Hammond
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Teachers College Press; 3/27/13 edition (May 26, 2013)
  • Pages: 192
  • ePub book: 1974 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1883 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 275

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Darling-Hammond knows that we must ‘get teacher evaluation right’ and her book is as clear a guide for doing that as we will ever see. ―Ronald Thorpe, National Board for Professional Teaching Standards.

Darling-Hammond knows that we must ‘get teacher evaluation right’ and her book is as clear a guide for doing that as we will ever see. If anybody knows how to get teacher evaluation right, it is Linda Darling-Hammond.

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Getting Teacher Evaluation Right book. Teacher evaluation systems are being overhauled by states and districts across the United States. And, while intentions are admirable, the result for many new systems is that good-often excellent-teachers are lost in the process. In the end, students are the losers.

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Getting Teacher Evaluation Right : What Really Matters for Effectiveness and Improvement. by Linda Darling-Hammond.

Linda Darling-Hammond. Getting Teacher Evaluation Right: What Really Matters for Effectiveness and Improvement (2013). Linda Darling-Hammond (December 21, 1951) is the Charles E. Ducommun Professor of Education Emeritus at the Stanford Graduate School of Education. She was also the President and CEO of the Learning Policy Institute. The Flat World and Education: How America's Commitment to Equity Will Determine Our Future (2010).

Getting teacher evaluation right: what really matters for effectiveness and improvement is the result of Darling-Hammond’s long . Darling-Hammond qualitatively analyzes teacher evaluation models in different .

Getting teacher evaluation right: what really matters for effectiveness and improvement is the result of Darling-Hammond’s long career in the United States education system. Her experience has led her to approach teachers not just as problems in the system, but as the main protagonists of educational change. states, while drawing on examples from different educational systems worldwide.

In addition, she examines the harmful consequences of using any single student test as a basis for evaluating individual teachers

Getting Teacher Evaluation Right : What Really Matters for Effectiveness and Improvement Linda Darling-Hammond is the Charles E. Ducommun Professor of Education at Stanford University, USA. By (author) Linda Darling-Hammond. Linda Darling-Hammond is the Charles E.

Teacher evaluation systems are being overhauled by states and districts across the United States. And, while intentions.

Teacher evaluation systems are being overhauled by states and districts across the United States. And, while intentions are admirable, the result for many new systems is that good―often excellent―teachers are lost in the process. In the end, students are the losers. In her new book, Linda Darling-Hammond makes a compelling case for a research-based approach to teacher evaluation that supports collaborative models of teacher planning and learning. She outlines the most current research informing evaluation of teaching practice that incorporates evidence of what teachers do and what their students learn. In addition, she examines the harmful consequences of using any single student test as a basis for evaluating individual teachers. Finally, Darling-Hammond offers a vision of teacher evaluation as part of a teaching and learning system that supports continuous improvement, both for individual teachers and for the profession as a whole.

This groundbreaking book:

Presents a comprehensive teacher evaluation system based on research and best practices. Describes a variety of models from across the United States that base evaluations on an assessment of classroom practice in light of professional standards, an array of student work, and active participation in the professional community. Explains how teacher peers become part of the evaluation and support system. Demonstrates how to create a fair and substantiated process for removal of teachers who can’t improve.

Comments

Agalas Agalas
Dr. Darling Hammond always has the right balance of theory with application. This books justifies the need for teacher evaluation that is meaningful and impactful. Teacher evaluation is not just a process, but must be a tool for continued growth in the teaching profession, however if not done right it is a process both teachers and administrators endure.

Dr. Darling Hammond provides research based justification for the need for the "right" type of evaluation and a meaningful sample of how to do it right. This is a must read both for teachers and administrators. The content is excellent for professional development and growth in "Getting Teacher Evaluation Right!" This is a must read for teachers who want to improve their craft and administrators who want to help teachers make a difference.
bass bass
Once again, Linda has hit the nail right on the head. Any policy maker or school leader faced with responsibility for developing or implementing a teacher evaluation system absolutely must study this book. In response to federal initiatives intended to improve the teacher evaluation process, state and local systems are considering and planning profound changes. Poorly considered changes will do great harm to teachers and student learning. Linda's book offers the very practical guidance needed to avoid such problems.

Rick Stiggins
Assessment Training Institute
Hi_Jacker Hi_Jacker
A comprehensive review of the strengths and weaknesses of various teacher evaluation systems. This book provides much to think about. A book that causes you to reflect on federal and state policy as well as teaching practice.
Thetahuginn Thetahuginn
As usual by this author, she provides illustrative issues to undergo teacher evaluation from diverse perspectives.
TheJonnyTest TheJonnyTest
This book is simply amazing. You never know how much there is about teacher education until you read this. Kudos Linda. I read the book as a coursebook in my grad studies at Syracuse University.
Contancia Contancia
Very good¡¡¡
Steelraven Steelraven
OK
A good review of the issues surrounding evaluation, good evidence that many systems of evaluation are flawed, ineffective, and sometimes harmful. Unfortunately, the book doesn't include the full implementation of effective evaluations. Also, I am left wishing for an extra chapter of guidance for evaluating teacher with a particular specialty (especially when there is no standardized test data that will reflect students learning) or guidance on evaluating in schools with a focus on personal growth or non-academic skills.