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This study identifies the influential variables for professional development as a teacher evaluation outcome from a teachers’ perspective. The findings reveal that the effect of the evaluation system on professional development is limited. The effects teachers perceive from the evaluation system on their professional development may be related to different characteristics of the evaluation system. The results of this study show that limited teaching experience, useful feedback and a positive attitude of the principal are the most important characteristics of the evaluation system. These characteristics are positively related to outcomes of the teacher evaluation system on professional development.
Updated: Feb. 09, 2015
Stimulating Professional Learning through Teacher Evaluation: An Impossible Task for the School Leader?
This study explores the importance of transformational and instructional leadership for the feedback utility and teachers’ professional learning. The results showed that active leadership supervision directly influences the feedback utility and teachers’ professional learning.
Updated: Jun. 26, 2012
Teachers' Perception of the New Teacher Evaluation Policy: A Validity Study of the Policy Characteristics Scale
Teachers' perception of the educational policy is vital to understand the success or failure of the policy's implementation. In this article, the authors describe the development and use of the Policy Characteristics Scale to measure teachers' perception of a new teacher evaluation policy. Implications for policy makers and school leaders are discussed.
Updated: Dec. 16, 2009