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The New Handbook of Teacher Evaluation
Assessing Elementary and Secondary School Teachers



March 2013 | 448 pages | Corwin
Newly available in paper, this is the first comprehensive look at the process of selecting, assessing and assisting teachers in nearly a decade. Since the publication of the first Handbook, the profession of teaching has witnessed dramatic change including a greater awareness of teacher accountability, an increase in teacher testing and the development of teaching incentives. At the same time the political, social and organizational factors affecting the performance and evaluation of teachers have been subjects of intensive scrutiny.

Reflecting these changes, the new Handbook contains 25 new chapters, and explores current practices, issues and controversies related to the evaluation of teachers at elementary and secondary levels.

Linda Darling-Hammond
Teacher Evaluation in Transition
Emerging Roles and Evolving Methods

 
 
PART ONE: PURPOSES OF EVALUATION
Gary Natriello
Intended and Unintended Consequences
Purposes and Effects of Teacher Evaluation

 
Walt Haney
Preservice Evaluation of Teachers
Gary Sykes
Licensure and Certification of Teachers
An Appraisal

 
Michael Scriven
Teacher Selection
Kenneth D Peterson
Assistance and Assessment for Beginning Teachers
Daniel L Duke and Richard J Stiggins
Beyond Minimum Competence
Evaluation for Professional Development

 
Samuel B Bacharach, Sharon C Conley and Joseph B Shedd
Evaluating Teachers for Career Awards and Merit Pay
Edwin M Bridges
Evaluation for Tenure and Dismissal
Edward F Iwanicki
Teacher Evaluation for School Improvement
 
PART TWO: METHODS OF EVALUATION
Susan S Stodolsky
Classroom Observation
Thomas L Good and Catherine Mulryan
Teacher Ratings
A Call for Teacher Control and Self-Evaluation

 
Larry W Barber
Self-Assessment
Gene V Glass
Using Student Test Scores to Evaluate Teachers
Tom Bird
The Schoolteacher's Portfolio
An Essay on Possibilities

 
George Madaus and William A Mehrens
Conventional Tests for Licensure
Edward H Haertel
Performance Tests, Simulations, and Other Methods
Richard M Jaeger
Setting Standards on Teacher Certification Tests
William A Mehrens
Combining Evaluation Data from Multiple Sources
 
PART THREE: CROSS-CUTTING PERSPECTIVES
Michael A Rebell
Legal Issues Concerning Teacher Evaluation
Kenneth A Strike
The Ethics of Educational Evaluation
Arthur E Wise and Tamar Gendler
Governance Issues in the Evaluation of Elementary and Secondary School Teachers
Stephen A Hoenack and David H Monk
Economic Aspects of Teacher Evaluation
Milbrey Wallin McLaughlin
Embracing Contraries
Implementing and Sustaining Teacher Evaluation

 
Daniel L Stufflebeam and James R Sanders
Using the Personnel Evaluation Standards to Improve Teacher Evaluation

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Jason Millman

ITHACA, N.Y. -- Jason Millman, a Cornell University professor of education and an expert on standardized testing methods, died Feb. 22 in Lake Oswego, Ore., where he was visiting family. He died from complications arising from Shy-Drager Syndrome. He was 64. ... More About Author

Linda Darling-Hammond

Linda Darling-Hammond is Charles E. Ducommun Professor of Education at Stanford University where she has launched the Stanford Educational Leadership Institute and the School Redesign Network. She has also served as faculty sponsor for the Stanford Teacher Education Program. She is a former president of the American Educational Research Association and member of the National Academy of Education. Her research, teaching, and policy work focus on issues of school restructuring, teacher quality and educational equity. From 1994-2001, she served as executive director of the National Commission on Teaching and America’s Future, a blue-ribbon... More About Author

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