3 edition of Beginning teachers" and supervisors" appraisals of selected supervisory techniques found in the catalog.
Beginning teachers" and supervisors" appraisals of selected supervisory techniques
Herbert Holmes Sandberg
Written in English
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Headteachers involve other teachers in assessing other teachers’ abilities through appraisals 39 31 70 17 36 Headteachers receive copies of written records on teachers’ performance 50 39 20 Teachers contribute to agenda of staff meetings and participate actively in meetings.
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Presentations regarding educational techniques and methods at national meetings. Consistent recognition of excellence and effectiveness in teaching as shown by good to excellent evaluations from students both.
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