Rethinking Teacher Supervision and Evaluation by Kim Marshall
How to Work Smart, Build Collaboration, and Close the Achievement Gap

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Teacher supervision and evaluation that emphasizes fairness, excellence, and achievement

In this thoroughly revised and updated edition of his bestselling book, education expert Kim Marshall shows how to break away from the typical and often ineffective evaluation approaches in which principals use infrequent classroom visits or rely on standardized test scores to assess a teacher's performance. Marshall proposes a broader framework for supervision and evaluation that enlists teachers in improving the performance of all students.Revised edition of the classic book on teacher supervision and evaluationIncludes thoughts on iPad and iPhone aps for classroom observationOffers new chart on how principals can manage ten mini-observations per teacher per yearContains new thoughts on merit pay, a different approach to the test-score argument from Arne Duncan

This vital resource also includes extensive tools and advice for managing time as well as ideas for using supervision and evaluation practices to foster teacher professional development.


About Kim Marshall

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Kim Marshall has served as teacher, principal, and district official in the Boston Public Schools for 32 years and is now an independent professional development consultant working with schools and districts nationally on leadership practices, especially teacher supervision and evaluation. In addition, Marshall publishes a weekly on-line newsletter, The Marshall Memo, summarizing the best ideas and research in education. He lives in Brookline, MA.
Published March 28, 2013 by Jossey-Bass. 240 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Education & Reference, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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