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Developing Effective Teacher Performance
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Developing Effective Teacher Performance


July 2006 | 176 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

Improving and maintaining staff performance is an important and often difficult responsibility for school leaders and senior teachers. Designed to help teachers who manage others, this practical book offers guidance on diagnosing ineffectiveness, supporting ineffective teachers, and using appropriate strategies when support isn't enough.

Helping readers understand the dynamics of under-performance, this resource also demonstrates how to develop a whole-school approach to monitoring, supporting, and restoring teacher performance, and offers self-help and developmental guidance for teachers themselves.

This one-stop reference is an ideal text for every teacher leader in primary and secondary schools.


 
The challenge to schools posed by under-performing teachers
 
Diagnosing teachers' under-performance
 
Becoming more effective
Strategies for self-help

 
 
Supporting the under-performing teacher
 
Using performance management to develop teacher performance
 
Meeting the needs of teachers using a whole-school approach to CPD
 
Recruiting and supporting effective teachers

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Sample Materials & Chapters

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Introduction (59KB)