Teaching

Report
QUALITY TEACHING
&
EVALUATION METHODOLOGY
Presented By
Dr. PERUMAL UMA, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Computer Science
Academic Campus for Girls
[email protected]
CONTENTS
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Introduction - Quality Teaching
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What is Teaching?
Teaching Strategies…
What is Quality Teaching?
Framework of Quality Teaching…
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Teacher Evaluation
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INTRODUCTION
Define: Teaching
 Teaching is imparting knowledge to the students.
 To make inept students to adept.
Merriam-Webster’s Definition:
A teacher plays a very important role in moulding
the career of a student emotionally, technically
and intellectually.
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TEACHING STRATEGIES
Identify the various ways in which teaching is presented.
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Lectures
Tutorials
Teaching-Learning seminars on subject teaching
Small group work in teaching Labs
Video works
Individual “Hands On” Technology Sessions
Workshops
Teaching practice
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WHAT IS QUALITY TEACHING?
It is a collective component of knowledge, skills
and
attributes
that
teacher
demonstrate
excellence throughout their careers.
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A Framework for Quality Teaching
Domain 1: Planning and Preparation
Domain 2: The Classroom Environment
a. Demonstrating knowledge of content
and pedagogy
b. Demonstrating knowledge of students
c. Setting instructional outcomes
d. Demonstrating knowledge of resources
a. Creating an environment of respect and
rapport
b. Establishing a culture for learning
c. Managing classroom procedures
d. Managing student behavior
Domain 4: Professional Responsibilities
Domain 3: Instruction
a. Reflecting on teaching
b. Maintaining accurate records
c. Growing and developing professionally
d. Demonstrating professionalism
a.
b.
c.
d.
Communicating with students
Engaging students in learning
Using assessment in instruction
Demonstrating flexibility and
responsiveness
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PLAN
TEACH
A Framework for quality Teaching
APPLY
REFLECT
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TEACHER’S BEHAVIOR
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Eye contact with students.
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Oral delivery - too loud/too low.
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Is the language understandable to students?
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Is the instructor Dull/tired/boring/active/hyper?
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CRITERIA WITH HIGH IMPORTANCE
Number of countries where criteria is of greatest importance; based on school
leader reports
Classroom management
Relations with students
Pedagogical knowledge
Subject knowledge
Student behaviour
Special needs teaching
Innovative teaching
Relations with colleagues
Direct appraisal of…
Professional development
Extra curriculum activities
Student feedback
Student test scores
Parent feedback
Multicultural teaching
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Top 3 criteria
Top 5 criteria
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20
30
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IMPACT OF TEACHING STANDARDS
COGNITIVE SKILLS in the educational activities:
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Knowledge
: List
Simple
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Comprehension : Explain
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Application
: Calculate
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Analysis
: Simulate
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Synthesis
: Design
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Evaluation
: Determine
Complex
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THE QUESTION FOR YOU AS A TEACHER IS...
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How do you know you are teaching well?
Or
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How well you are teaching?
&
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How might you improve?
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EVALUATION
The ultimate goal of all teacher
assessments and evaluations
should be…
TO IMPROVE TEACHING AND
LEARNING …
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Every educator is an active participant in
the evaluation process
Every educator proposes
at least One professional
practice goal and One
student learning goal –
tams goals must be
considered
Every educator uses
a rubric and data
about student
learning
Every educator
earns one of four
ratings of
performance
Continuous
Learning
Every educator &
evaluator collects
evidence and
assesses progress
Every educator
has a mid-cycle
review
Collaboration & Continuous Learning are the focus
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TEACHER EVALUATION
Performance Assessment &
final evaluation =
Summative
Professional learning, growth
& development =
Formative
Evaluation Components
Quantitative
Qualitative
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BLUEPRINT FOR TEACHER EVALUATION
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Clear definition of the WHAT of teaching.
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Instruments & procedures that provide evidence
of HOW to teach.
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Trained evaluators who can make consistent
judgments based on OBJECTIVE EVIDENCE.
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To
understand
the
evaluation
criteria
for
EFFECTIVE teaching.
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Process for making final judgment.
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SAMPLE LESSON OBSERVATION FORM
TEACHER
PUPILS
Lesson well planned
Responsive
Placed into context
Application to work
Objectives clear
Good understanding
Delivered at a good pace
Behavior
Variation of activity
Enthusiasm
Use of resources
Progress
Not too much teacher talk
Achievement
Good class relationship
Individual learning
Good management
Work in books
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Good class control
Homework
Pupil support
Objectives achieved and
summarized
Homework
Marking
General Comment
OVERALL GRADE
1 Outstanding
2 Good
3 Satisfactory
4 Inadequate
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THE EFFECT OF EVALUATION ON TEACHING
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LET’S WRAP IT UP
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Who is responsible for quality ?…..(Teacher)
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The aim of quality teaching is …..
“To empower the students intellect with wise
thoughts and knowledge”.
A good teacher teaches, a better teacher informs &
the best teacher inspires ………..
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QUESTIONS ??
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THANK YOU ……

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