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date: 02 December 2021

Teacher Evaluationlocked

Teacher Evaluationlocked

  • Nurahimah Mohd YusoffNurahimah Mohd YusoffUniversiti Utara Malaysia
  •  and David Jimoh KayodeDavid Jimoh KayodeUniversity of Johannesburg

Summary

As stipulated in some educational documents, no country can grow beyond the quality of its teachers. Thus, teachers need necessary support in discharging their responsibilities, and teacher evaluation is a valuable tool because of the relevance of teacher evaluation to both the teachers and the stakeholders. Therefore, teacher evaluation in terms of formative and summative assessments helps in determining what is working well in classrooms, identifying areas of improvement for teachers, and providing options for teachers’ professional development to support their continued growth. Stakeholders in education have several roles in ensuring effective teacher-evaluation strategies and in determining how effective teacher evaluation can be achieved. In assessing students, teachers test student knowledge in order to determine what they have learned, what they have not understood, and how effectively the courses are being taught.

Subjects

  • Curriculum and Pedagogy

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