Performance Indicators

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Carol Taylor Fitz-Gibbon
Multilingual Matters, 1990 - Education - 111 pages
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A practical task now facing many people in the education service is to locate good performance indicators and to participate in monitoring of systems which are beneficial in their impact. This book contributes to the accomplishment of that practical task by presenting some current thinking on the topic of PIs.One way to make it more likely that some of the impacts of Performance Indicators are foreseen is to involve many persons, teachers, administrators, advisers, LEA officers and researchers alike.
  

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Prof Emeritus Carol Fitz-Gibbon work on A level Information System in the UK is has created a new thinking on how to evaluate school performance. She revolutionary work has helped teachers got rid of the league table mentality and offers them meaningful ways of helping their students understand their own performance better.
Prof Fitz Gibbon work is widely acclaimed in the UK and she left behind a legacy in performance monitoring and numerous students who take on the good work where she left. Read the wonderful books she wrote
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Contents

Great Performance Indicators of the Past
5
Working Documents of the Present
15
J Livingstone
26
School Self Evaluation
41
Performance Indicators and the Social Organisation
51
Analysing Examination Results
57
The Need for PupilLevel Data
63
Attitudes as Performance Indicators
72
An UpandRunning Indicator System
88
Annotated Bibliography
96
Glossary
106
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