Category Archives: Teacher Evaluation

Tackling the Homework Dillema

Making Homework Meaningful – and Less of a Burden “Is homework a subject or a method?” asks former superintendent Lee Jenkins in this thoughtful article in Middle Ground. “If it is a subject, shouldn’t teachers request that homework grades be … Continue reading

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Coaching: The New Leadership Skill

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Are you Being Coached or Evaluated?

An assumption is that the key to increased learning for students is through continuous, job-embedded learning for educators. Faculty evaluation is an essential part for ensuring the individual and collective success of a school. The evaluation process should include systematic … Continue reading

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