The Perceptions of Teacher Evaluation by Teachers and Campus Administrators in a Suburban Texas District
Administrator and Teacher Perceptions of Teacher Evaluation
teacher evaluation, policy implementation, instructional leadership
The purpose of this research is to examine the perceptions of campus administrators and teachers of the new Texas Teacher Evaluation and Support System (T-TESS) in a suburban Texas school district. Historically, teacher evaluation systems have failed to reach the intended outcome of serving as a tool to improve teaching practices. When campus administrators and teachers perceive teacher evaluation as primarily a tool to document poor performers, the growth aspect of the evaluation process is not maximized. This research seeks to identify the perceptions of both campus administrators and teachers on the evaluation system. District leaders will be able to determine if the perceptions of one or both groups is aligned with the intended outcomes of the evaluation process.
Willey, George P.
"The Perceptions of Teacher Evaluation by Teachers and Campus Administrators in a Suburban Texas District,"
School Leadership Review: Vol. 14:
1, Article 1.
Available at: https://scholarworks.sfasu.edu/slr/vol14/iss1/1
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