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Evaluating Teachers

Evaluating teachers is a process most usually performed by a school administrator. Although teacher evaluation is an ongoing process, there are several facets of the process that must be followed. This section provides insights and samples covering the teacher evaluation process.

A Sample List of Teacher Evaluation Questions
It is helpful before conducting a teacher evaluation for the teacher to answer evaluation questions to give the evaluator some prior knowledge.

How Do You Make Classroom Observations a Priority?
Prioritizing responsibilities is a must if a principal is going to be good at their job. Making classroom observations a priority can be challenging.

Philosophy of Teacher Observation
Teacher observation is an ongoing assessment and evaluation of what is going on within and around an administrator’s school facility.

Post Evaluation Form
After evaluating a teacher it is necessary to meet with the teacher. The post evaluation form provides documentation that you did meet with the teacher.

Pre-Evaluation Form
Before observing a teacher you should have a conference to go over specific details. This pre-evaluation form provides documentation for the meeting.

Sample Plan of Improvement for Teachers
A plan of improvement can be written for any teacher who performs unsatisfactorily in one or more areas.

School Administrator's Guide to Teacher Evaluation
The teacher evaluation process is a major part of a school principal's job. Having a grasp on this process is essential in maximizing teacher improvement.

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