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A guide to appraising teachers
Appraising teachers can be a daunting task, especially for those who are new to a line management role. This page brings together articles from across our site to help you carry out the appraisal of teachers.
Monitoring teaching and learning: using a range of evidence
How can I assess teaching by looking at a range of evidence? This article relays advice from 3 of our associate education experts on triangulating evidence from a range of sources. It also features a downloadable KeyDoc with suggested criteria for assessing teacher performance.
Performance objectives: linking them to the Teachers' Standards
How can we link performance objectives to the Teachers' Standards? We relay advice and suggestions for objectives from one of our associate education experts. We also look at the criteria schools should use during appraisal of teachers on the upper pay range.
Performance-related pay and performance objectives
How do performance objectives work with performance-related pay? We look at how performance-related pay affects performance objectives, appraisal, and progression.
Teacher appraisal: assessing against the standards
Know how you are expected to use the Teachers' Standards during appraisal, and find suggestions of what evidence you can use as part of this assessment.
Teacher appraisal: self-review questionnaire
Is there a self-review questionnaire for teacher appraisals? One of The Key's associate education experts, Bernard Abrams, suggests a list of questions that teachers can use for self review before appraisal meetings. We also look at self-review forms from a local authority.
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