Teacher Evaluation to Enhance Professional Practice

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Related ASCD Resources: Teacher Evaluation

Audiotapes

Building Brain-Based Schools, a live recording from the 1999 ASCD Annual Conference (stock no. 299089)

Evaluating Teachers in a Standards--Based Environment, live recording from the 1999 ASCD Annual Conference (stock no. 299158)

Portfolios: A Guide for Students and Teachers, 4-cassette audio pack (stock no. 299219)

Professional Portfolios: A Reflective and Performance Assessment Tool, live recording from the 1999 ASCD Annual Conference (stock no. 299113)


CD-ROMs

Curriculum Handbook on CD-ROM, 2nd Edition (1998; stock no. 598056)

Educational Leadership on CD-ROM (full text, 1994-1999; stock no. 598328)


Online Articles

Note: Go to the ASCD Web site (http://www.ascd.org) and search the “Reading Room” for these articles.

“New Goals for Teachers,” by Larry Mann (Education Update, Vol. 41, No. 2, March 1999)

“Policy Link: Pay for Performance,” by Barbara Gleason (Educational Leadership, Vol. 57, No. 5, February 2000)

“Professional Development: The Linchpin of Teacher Quality” by Brian Sullivan (Infobrief Issue 18, August 1999)

“Realizing the Promise of Standards--Based Education,” by Mike Schmoker and Robert J. Marzano (Educational Leadership, Vol. 56, No. 6, March 1999)

“Teaching Worth Celebrating,” by Patricia Wasley (Educational Leadership, Vol. 56, No. 8, May 1999)

“Using Rubrics to Promote Thinking and Learning,” by Heidi Goodrich Andrade (Educational Leadership, Vol. 57, No. 5, February 2000)


Online Courses

Note: From the ASCD Web site (http://www.ascd.org), go to “Training Opportunities” and then to “Professional Development Online.”

Effective Leadership (PD Online Course)

Systems Thinking (PD Online Course)


Print Products

ASCD Topic Pack—Teacher Evaluation /Teacher Portfo lios (stock no. 197202)

A Better Beginning: Supporting and Mentoring New Teach ers, edited by Marge Scherer (stock no. 199236)

Capturing the Wisdom of Practice: Professional Portfolios for Educators by Giselle O. Martin--Kniep (stock no. 199254)

Educators as Learners: Creating a Professional Learning Community in Your School, edited by Penelope J. Wald and Michael S. Castleberry (stock no. 100005)

Enhancing Professional Practice: A Framework for Teaching by Charlotte Danielson (stock no. 196074)

Improving Professional Performance, Educational Leadership, Vol. 53, No. 6, March 1996 (stock no. 196007)

Observing Dimensions of Learning in Classrooms and Schools by John L. Brown (stock no. 195209)

Real Questions, Real Answers: Focusing Teacher Leadership on School Improvement by John H. Clarke, Stephen D. Sanborn, Judith A. Aiken, Nancy A. Cornell, Jane Briody Goodman, and Karin K. Hess (stock no. 198007)

Standards for Excellence in Education: A Guide for Parents, Teachers, and Principals for Evaluating, by the Council for Basic Education (book stock no. 198338; kit stock no. 798339)

Teachers—Transforming Their World and Their Work by Ann Lieberman and Lynne Miller (stock no. 199217)


Videotapes

The Principal Series: Tape 6: The Principal as Instructional Leader (40 minute videotape plus Facilitator's Guide, stock no. 499240)

The Supervision Series: Another Set of Eyes (5 videotapes plus 2 trainers' manuals) by Keith Atcheson (stock no. 614179)

For additional resources, visit us on the World Wide Web (http://www.ascd.org), send an e-mail message to member@ascd.org, call the ASCD Service Center (1-800-933-ASCD or 703-578-9600, then press 2), send a fax to 703-575-5400, or write to Information Services, ASCD, 1703 N. Beauregard St., Alexandria, VA 22311-1714 USA.

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