The Impact of Consistency Between Evaluators
According to a landmark study in teacher evaluations, student achievement increased by over 50 percentile points after three sequenced years of more effective teaching. What does this mean for teacher evaluations? Consistency is key!
- 2/3 of American teachers feel that current evaluations don’t accurately capture the full picture of what they do in the classroom.
- Distilling the qualities of an effective teacher into objective standards will increase their presence, and thus student performance, in your district
- Clear rubrics detail to evaluators what outcomes they need to identify in every classroom; well-collected evidence leads to more comprehensive feedback for teachers