SELF-STUDY: Preparing for Teacher Evaluations (5 hours)

Average Ratings
Five StarsNot Rated

Check Out the New Blog

Resources Printable Certificate Quiz Interactivities Audio Narration


“The best predictor of a teacher’s effectiveness is his or her past success in the classroom.”

Teaching is a demanding and challenging profession. To be a teacher-of-record, a teacher should demonstrate extensive subject-area knowledge, pedagogical knowledge, and a professional teaching ability. Most importantly, their “effectiveness” must demonstrate a positive impact on student outcomes, both in terms of performance and character building. How do we ensure that? The answer lies in a great evaluation system, which confirms teacher quality. But the top question is – What’s in it for teachers?

This course details how to “ensure quality” with the help of regular Teacher Evaluations, and stresses the fact that the evaluation process can be used as a stepping stone to strengthen knowledge, skills, and classroom practices. The ultimate goal is to propel student growth and learning, while inspiring teachers to excel in their teaching practice. However, the success of this lies in meaningful exchanges between the students and teachers.

The practical strategies, examples, considerations and expert suggestions presented in this course will facilitate professional growth of teachers. It will allow them to refine their teaching skills, critically analyze their own performance and the performance of their students. Teachers can implement the changes required to improve teaching and learning to make it meaningful. The resources included within the course help teachers measure the criterion and standards for evaluation and apply them in their teaching.

See inside this course…



No Reviews of “SELF-STUDY: Preparing for Teacher Evaluations (5 hours)” yet.

Review this product

You must be logged in to post a comment.

Did you forget your username or password?
Login here using your username and password:
Click below to find your state to register for a course.