Teacher Evaluation: Educative Alternatives
Teacher Evaluation starts out by uncovering the mythology and ideology of teacher evaluation, and goes on to discuss two particular processes used successfully in the USA and Australia as empowering strategies for teachers.
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Towards Educative Forms of Teacher Evaluation
The Politics of Educative Evaluation
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Teachers' Voices for School Change: An Introduction to Educative Research
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