Evaluating Teachers for Professional Growth: Creating a Culture of Motivation and Learning
"With a clear picture of what motivates teachers, Beerens gives us a workable and virtuous approach to nurturing professional teachers. His proposals are rooted in authentic experience and a caring heart."
A new system that moves beyond accountability--toward growth!
Now there is a new system that offers administrators strong grounding in theory and real-life practical skills for successfully evaluating teachers. Dan Beerens' Growth-Focused Evaluation System offers more than accountability--it paves the way for improved teacher and student success. This new approach incorporates:
The development of the teacher as a professional is the key to a successful learning culture within a school. Evaluating Teachers for Professional Growth is a crucial resource for any administrator who wants to implement an evaluation plan that works -- for teachers, schools, and students. This accessible guide offers:
Administrators who strive to achieve sustained and meaningful professional growth for teachers will find this book a key resource.
About the Author: Dan Beerens has taught behavior-disordered and physically disabled school students, has served as principal of several elementary and middle schools, and has presented on teacher evaluation and professional growth at regional and national conferences. He has been significantly involved in systemwide curricular change and program development within every district he has served.
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