The purpose of the study was to determine if the formal teacher evaluation process, as practiced in California, impacted teacher behavior in the classroom. The study also identified other elements that may positively impact teacher performance as explored in a case study conducted at Beat the Odds Intermediate School. These may have been in conjunction with the formal teacher evaluation process or in lieu of the process.All teachers in English, Math, Science, and Social Science were asked on August 31, 2005, to log on to www.achievedata.com/beat the odds/ to access ... To every parent for seventh-grade orientation. ... longer will meet grade-level proficiency in core academic subjects as measured by the California Standards Test (CST).
|Title||:||Beating the Odds: Does the Formal Teacher Evaluation Process Make the Difference in Teacher Performance?|
|Author||:||Sharon Lee Nordheim|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2006|