Browsing by Subject "Teacher evaluation"
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It is believed that students’ perception of how they are taught is essential in evaluating teachers for faculty development and personnel decision-making purposes. Thus, student evaluation of teaching, or SET, is a staple in educational institutions, especially in colleges and universities. There are, however, questions about the reliability and fairness of such practice. Many factors are perceived to influence student ratings of their teachers’ performance, and grading is a persistent concern. As results of such evaluations are commonly used for ...
A strategic leadership model for teacher evaluation using walkthroughs for student engagement at international school in Thailand (Assumption University Press, 2018)
This study used a multi-method approach to develop a model that changed the focus of teacher evaluation by using walkthroughs to guide teacher evaluation in order to increase student engagement utilizing a strategic leadership model. The objectives were (1) to explore the current practices in teacher evaluation, walkthroughs, and student engagement, (2) to determine the current practices of teacher evaluation, walkthroughs and student engagement at international schools in Thailand, (3) to develop the proposed strategic leadership model in ...