With special applicability to higher education, Doyle reviews the essential literature on teacher evaluation, building several paradigms that are creatively flexible yet offer the tightness necessary to develop a teacher-evaluation process. He creates a critical concept to identify generalizable teacher behaviors that could be evaluated for all teachers (nomothetics) and the development of behaviors and practices that relate to single situations or are unique to one institution (ideographics). Includes figures and tables that support the text visually. ISBN 0-669-03613-7 : $20.95.
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