Ohio teachers say high value-added scores resulted from focus on students

06/16/2013 | StateImpact

Two fifth-grade math teachers, who recently received high marks under the state's value-added teacher-evaluation model, attributed their success to various factors. The Ohio educators credit setting high standards for all students, making lessons fun, and focusing on helping and motivating students to learn, rather than on test scores. Their principal said teaching a single subject in 90-minute blocks likely helped them.

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