This second edition of the Posters' highly successful guide to teacher appraisal has been substantially updated to include the definitive Department For Education (DFE) regulations and guidelines which have appeared since the publication of the first edition. The book includes two completely new chapters, on the new regulations as they affect grant-maintained schools and on developments in Northern Ireland and Scotland. The authors have orientated their work much more to schools, providing updated versions of their valuable training materials for school-based INSET, group work and self-study. This second edition also includes research evidence from trials of headteachers' appraisal.
`The practical nature of the book is exemplified by the use of case studies about people who are followed through the cycle, with useful checklists and flow charts.' - SATIPS Senior Management Broadsheet
`…this is an important book which deserves to be widely read and to occupy a special place in your reference library.' Alun Morgan, Child Education
`The book is a major and eminently practical contribution to work on teacher appraisal…it ought to be read.' - Higher Education Review
From the 1st edition: `..fully reflects the authors' experience and expertise in this subject, packed with useful advice for anyone considering running workshops on the subject' - Managing Schools Today
Introduction 1. What is appraisal? 2. The evolution of appraisal 3. The regulations and their implications 4. Job descriptions and goalsetting 5. Classroom observation 6. Training for classroom observation 7. Task observation and data collection 9. The appraisal interview 10. Training for appraisal interviewing 11. The appraisal statement 12. Appraising headteachers and deputies 13. Grant-maintained schools and the regulations 14. Appraisal in Scotland and N.Ireland 15. Quality control and appraisal