"Realistically reveals the extent of the task of teacher certification and provides us with a structured learning experience that should improve our abilities with this task."
—Pearl Solomon, Associate Professor
St. Thomas Aquinas College
A complete, step-by-step guide to teacher assessments that meet national accreditation and accountability standards.
Written in a reader-friendly style for busy faculty members and school administrators with little or no prior knowledge of statistics, this comprehensive model is designed to create fair, valid, and reliable assessments of teacher knowledge and skills.
Evaluation experts Judy Wilkerson and Steve Lang provide detailed guidance for the complete five-step assessment process, making this an ideal resource both for preservice and inservice settings, including accreditation reviews and teacher induction programs. Offering worksheets and activities to illustrate every step of the process, this all-inclusive handbook covers:
Valid and reliable decisions about teacher competency are based on fair, valid, and reliable assessment systems. Assessing Teacher Competency is the book all teacher educators, supervisors, and mentors have been waiting for.
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