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New directions and issues in teacher appraisal: Can work sample assessment serve both program and personnel evaluation?

McConney, A., Ayres, R. and Schalock, M. (1996) New directions and issues in teacher appraisal: Can work sample assessment serve both program and personnel evaluation? In: Regional Conference of the Northwest Association of Teacher Educators, April 1996, Coeur d'Alene, ID

Abstract

The presentation discusses how in the early 1990’s, teacher candidates at Western Oregon State College, in line with Oregon’s standards-based redesign of schools, have produced work samples during their internships and form the basis for recommendation for licensure. More recently, teacher education and research faculty are exploring ways in which work sample assessment can serve both teacher candidate appraisal and teacher education program evaluation. In this presentation the authors describe current and evolving thinking on Western’s expanded assessment of teacher candidate work samples and provide a basis for how these assessments can serve both personnel and program evaluation.

Publication Type: Conference Paper
Notes: Panel presentation
URI: http://researchrepository.murdoch.edu.au/id/eprint/10339
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