Preprints are early versions of research articles that have not been peer reviewed. They should not be regarded as conclusive and should not be reported in news media as established information.
Teacher Evaluation - Rationale, Issues and General Principles.docx (29.43 kB)
Teacher Evaluation: Rationale, Issues and General Principles
preprintposted on 2018-12-05, 18:57 authored by Marshall HughesMarshall Hughes
This paper presents a review of recent literature in the field of teacher evaluation or appraisal. It considers the problems commonly associated with more traditional methods of teacher evaluation and synthesises these with the author’s own professional experience as an international school Principal, to offer a six-point summary of the main criticisms. Based on the inverse of these criticisms, the paper then proposes six general principles for an improved, evidence-based approach to teacher evaluation.
Declaration of conflicts of interestNone
Corresponding author firstname.lastname@example.org
Lead author country
Lead author job role
- Higher Education Lecturer
Lead author institutionAlexander College, Larnaca, Cyprus
Log in to write your comment here...