The teaching evaluation process is a major part of a school administrator's job.The evaluation of teachers is an ongoing assessment and supervision of what is going on within and around an administrator’s school facility. This process should not take place on a one or two time basis, but should be something that is done either formally or informally every day. Administrators should have a good idea of what is going on in their buildings and within each individual classroom at all times. This is not possible without constant monitoring.
When you supervise and evaluate teachers you want to enter their classroom with the idea that they are a good teacher. This is important because you want to build on the positive aspects of their teaching ability. However, understand that there are going to be things that every teacher can improve upon. One of your goals should be to build a relationship with each member of your faculty where you can comfortably offer them advice and ideas on how to improve in areas where refinement is needed. You should constantly encourage your staff to always look for better ways and be ongoing in their pursuit of quality education for all students. An important part of supervision is to motivate your staff to improve in every area of teaching. You also want to have a large quantity of resources and strategies available in areas where teachers might want or need assistance.