This resource offers school leaders and teachers a methodology for using research methods to develop evidence-based appraisal and professional development. No more target-setting! Instead, a research-informed approach to improving motivation and performance…
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Is it time to move performance appraisal away from individual teachers, to collective teacher efficacy?
Every year, thousands of teachers justify their performance in annual review meetings, providing reams of paperwork to demonstrate how they are performing.
Part of the English government’s thinking behind performance-related pay (PRP) was to attract more high performers to the profession – and retain them, but the reform deliberately came without a centrally mandated framework. If you are the person leading this process for the entire school you will need to ensure that your processes are bulletproof and have a quality assurance process. If you genuinely believe in research-informed practice, this resource offers evidence for doing things differently…
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