December 11, 2014

Latest Research in ERIC

A Wider Lens: The Latest Research in ERIC on Broadening the Scope of Educator Evaluation Systems
In the past, educator evaluation systems provided limited information on successful teaching and learning. Evaluation systems are now including a wide range of ways to measure how educators impact students.  The Institute of Education Sciences has released several studies this year that explore these changes and provide information about how states and districts are evaluating teachers and principals. The full text of these peer-reviewed studies can be found in ERIC. This research can help answer the following questions:
For even more research on teacher evaluation, see ERIC's growing collection of peer-reviewed, full-text resources. Currently, there are more than 80 full-text articles and reports published in the last 5 years on this topic.

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