Teacher Skills Assessment
|Master:||The teacher exhibits the quality such that others would be able to use him or her as an expert for how to work with students. The teacher not only has a sense of the quality, but demonstrates an understanding of the essence of the quality|
|Professional:||The teacher exhibits the quality most of the time|
|Apprentice:||The teacher demonstrates the quality to the degree necessary to make the classroom function. The teacher may lack fluidity of use, but the result is still effective.|
|Ineffective:||The teacher would benefit from more work on the quality in terms of working with a teacher at the professional or master level, or taking classes.|
|Not Observed:||The observer has not seen evidence of the quality, either through demonstration or observation.|
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Publication information: Book title: Qualities of Effective Teachers. Edition: 2nd. Contributors: James H. Stronge - Author. Publisher: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. Place of publication: Alexandria, VA. Publication year: 2007. Page number: 109.
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