Originally published in 1988, Appraising Teachers in Schools considers and provides advice on the introduction of staff appraisal in schools.
Following the publication of the 1987 Pay and Conditions of Employment and written by contributors with practical experience of introducing staff appraisal into schools, the book provides guidance on the introduction of staff appraisal across a range of schools; outlines a planning process for the establishment of staff appraisal; and offers suggestions for how to prepare for the appraisal process. It covers both primary and secondary education in a variety of larger and smaller schools.
Appraising Teachers in Schools will appeal to those with an interest in the history of education and the history of staff appraisal in schools in particular.
Table of Contents
1: Appraisal and the Search for Accountability; 2: The Appraisal of Teachers; 3: A Planned Approach to Staff Appraisal in Schools; 4: Practical Appraisal in Primary Schools; 5: The Introduction of Staff Appraisal into Schools; 6: Whole-School Evaluation and Staff Appraisal in Secondary Schools; 7: Whole-School Staff Appraisal in the Primary School; 8: The Introduction of Staff Appraisal to a Newly Amalgamated School; 9: Appraisal and the Headteacher; 10: Classroom Observation; 11: Staff Appraisal and the Professional Development of Teachers;
Editor: Les Bell
Contributors: Francis Arnold, Les Bell, Kingsley Bungard, Clive Carthew, Harry Moore, Jenny Morris, A.J. Richardson, C.D.M. Rhodes, S.M. Slater, Norman Thomas