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Evaluating Teacher Effectiveness in ESL/EFL Contexts

Christine Coombe (editor) Mashael Al-Hamly (editor)
Peter Davidson (editor)
Salah Troudi (editor)

ISBN: 9780472032099

Publication Date: Feb 2007

Format: Paperback

A practical introduction and guide for teachers, teacher educators, and administrators who wish to implement a coherent, strategic, multiple-measures approach to evaluating teacher effectiveness. It provides an introduction and background information to the establishment of standards for teacher assessment.
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This title provides new insights for administrators. This book is a practical introduction and guide for teachers, teacher educators, and administrators who wish to implement a coherent, strategic, multiple-measures approach to evaluating teacher effectiveness. Part 1 provides an introduction and background information to the establishment of standards for teacher assessment. Part 2 presents case studies of successful teacher evaluation programs in five different countries. In Part 3, four studies that investigate various aspects of teacher evaluation are presented. Finally, Part 4 explores tools that facilitate teacher evaluation.
Illustrations illustrations
Pages 256
Date Published 28 Feb 2007
Publisher Michigan ELT
Subject/s Education   ELT: teaching theory & methods   Teaching of students with English as a second language (TESOL)  
Christine Coombe teaches at Dubai Men's College. Mashael Al-Hamly teaches at Kuwait University. Peter Davidson teaches at Zayed University in Dubai. Salah Troudi teaches at the University of Exeter.

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