Effects of Sequential Feedback on Preservice Teacher Instructional Interactions and Students' Skill Practice
- The practice of giving feedback to improve teaching: What is effective? Brinko, Kathleen T. // Journal of Higher Education;Sep/Oct93, Vol. 64 Issue 5, p574
Analyzes literature on feedback in the fields of education, psychology, and organizational behavior to determine effective practices which may be helpful to postsecondary teachers. Findings on the source, mode, content, occasion and recipient of feedback; Implications for research and...
- Upon Reflection... // NEA Today;Oct98, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p22
Provides information on how four teachers get feedback when the principal does not provide it. Feedback sought from students, parents and other educators; Participation of students in developing teacher evaluation forms; Peer mentoring programs.
- Student Evaluations: Synchronous Tripod of Learning Portfolio Assessment–Self-Assessment, Peer-Assessment, Instructor-Assessment. Senger, Jenna-Lynn; Kanthan, Rani // Creative Education;Feb2012, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p155
Background: Learning portfolios are increasingly being introduced in higher education including undergraduate and postgraduate medical education. Due to their highly personalized nature, creation of an assessment tool that accurately reflects the value for the learner of the "work" created is...
- Proficiency, and all that jazz. Raymond, Allen // Teaching Pre K-8;Mar2003, Vol. 33 Issue 6, p6
Comments on a report which observed the proficiency of teachers and students in the U.S. Information on the report entitled 'Quality Counts,' published by 'Education Week,' on January 9, 2003; Background on the style of education in previous years; Relevance of proficiency rating.
- Negative Feedback: Making Yourself Heard. Hoerr, Thomas R. // Principal;Mar/Apr2004, Vol. 83 Issue 4, p63
Provides tips to school principals in preparing feedback about a faculty's poor performance. Choosing the time and place for giving a feedback; Giving feedback that focus on the faculty's performance; Role-playing.
- Feedback for Teachers. Westerberg, Tim R. // Principal Leadership;Mar2013, Vol. 13 Issue 7, p30
The article offers pieces of advice for school principals and other parties performing teacher evaluation on how to provide feedback to teachers. The importance of feedback in ensuring teachers' professional development is highlighted. The qualities of focused feedback are presented including...
- THE HUMAN BEHAVIOR RATING SCALE-BRIEF: A TOOL TO MEASURE 21ST CENTURY SKILLS OF K-12 LEARNERS. WOODS-GROVES, SUZANNE // Psychological Reports;Jun2015, Vol. 116 Issue 3, p769
Currently there is a call for brief concise measurements to appraise relevant 21st century college readiness skills in K-12 learners. This study employed K-12 teachers' ratings for over 3,000 students for an existing 91-item rating scale, the Human Behavior Rating Scale, that measured the 21st...
- Assessment and reporting: A natural pair. Sperling, Doris H. // Educational Leadership;Oct94, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p10
Reports on the effects of the creation of a K-2 assessment process and matching report form in the Ann Arbor, Michigan school district on student and teacher performance. Inappropriateness of using achievement tests to gauge first graders; Development of student performance assessments;...
- Ratcheting the education system downwards. // Investigate;Aug2009, Vol. 9 Issue 103, p68
The article focuses on the inefficiency of the national standard assessment for pupils and teachers in New Zealand. The implementation of the national standards intends to improve the quality education which involves the ranking schools. However, the changes in the education system has been...