This talk from Alan November got me thinking further to a post that I wrote called: Avoiding “Just Google it!” with your students. One
A variety of teacher evaluation models and methods are used in schools around the world and teacher and school leader attitudes towards them differ considerably.
In another post, I presented a case why teachers should seek feedback from their students. In deciding to seek feedback from students, it is important
How do we most effectively promote the professional growth of our teachers so that it has a high impact on student learning? While significant efforts
Teachers may feel that school leaders do not know or understand what they need, while leaders may feel that teachers are not being supportive of the school vision and its priorities, whilst possibly ignoring important areas for improvement. To address this tension, we must work together to find a balance in the interest of putting our students first ahead of our differences.