9780810620735

Teacher Evaluation and Student Achievement

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    9780810620735

  • ISBN10:

    0810620731

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2000-02-01
  • Publisher: Natl Education Assn
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Table of Contents

Introduction vii
Teacher Evaluation and Student Achievement: An Introduction to the Issues
1(5)
What is the evidence that teachers matter?
1(2)
What is the impetus for using student achievement in teacher evaluation?
3(1)
Summary
4(2)
What Is the Relationship Between Teaching and Learning?
6(5)
Are teachers responsible for student learning?
6(1)
How can student learning be measured?
7(1)
Should student learning be connected to teacher evaluation?
8(2)
How can student learning be connected to teacher evaluation?
10(1)
Assessing Teacher Performance Through Comparative Student Growth: The Dallas Value-Added Accountability System
11(10)
What are the purposes of the accountability system, and how was it developed?
11(1)
What are the student assessment strategies?
12(1)
How does the accountability system work?
13(3)
How is the accountability system related to teacher evaluation?
16(1)
What are the advantages and disadvantages of the accountability system for teacher evaluation?
17(2)
What are the results of implementation?
19(1)
Conclusion
20(1)
Assessing Teacher Performance Through Repeated Measures of Student Gains: The Tennessee Value-Added Assessment System
21(9)
What are the purposes of the accountability system, and how was it developed?
21(1)
What are the student assessment strategies?
22(1)
How does the accountability system work?
23(2)
How is the accountability system related to teacher evaluation?
25(1)
What are the advantages and disadvantages of the accountability system for teacher evaluation?
25(2)
What are the results of implementation?
27(1)
Conclusion
28(2)
Assessing Teacher Performance with Student Work: The Oregon Teacher Work Sample Methodology
30(11)
What are the purposes of the accountability system, and how was it developed?
30(3)
What are the student assessment strategies?
33(1)
How does the accountability system work?
34(1)
How is the accountability system related to teacher evaluation?
35(1)
What are the advantages and disadvantages of the accountability system for teacher evaluation?
36(3)
What are the results of implementation?
39(1)
Conclusion
39(2)
Assessing Teacher Performance in a Standards-based Environment: The Thompson, Colorado, School District
41(10)
What are the purposes of the accountability system, and how was it developed?
41(2)
What are the student assessment strategies?
43(1)
How does the teacher evaluation system work?
43(2)
How is the accountability system related to teacher evaluation?
45(1)
What are the advantages and disadvantages of the accountability system for teacher evaluation?
46(2)
What are the results of implementation?
48(1)
Conclusion
49(2)
Teacher Evaluation and Student Achievement: What Are the Lessons Learned and Where Do We Go from Here?
51(8)
What are the lessons learned about using student assessment in teacher evaluation?
51(2)
What are the basic requirements of fair testing programs that are to be used to inform teacher evaluation?
53(5)
A final note
58(1)
Notes 59(9)
References 68

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