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Monitoring teaching and learning: using a range of evidence

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Last updated on 27 May 2016
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How can I assess teaching by looking at a range of evidence? This article relays advice from two 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.

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  1. 1 Triangulating evidence when assessing teaching and learning
  2. 2 Sources of evidence: advice
  3. 3 Recording the triangulation of evidence
  4. 4 KeyDoc: criteria for assessing teacher performance

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