Teacher: There is a better approach to evaluations

08/17/2010 | Washington Post, The

A high-school English teacher reveals a successful teacher-evaluation system in place at his Sacramento, Calif., school. In this blog post, Larry Ferlazzo, a member of the Teacher Leaders Network, writes that administrators at his school observe him regularly, believe in being "data-informed" rather than "data-driven" and rely on multiple data types to evaluate him. Ferlazzo writes that he also engages in self-reflection and seeks out feedback from parents and students.

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