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    • Physical Education Walk-Through Evaluation
      The National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE) has recently created an evaluation tool for principals to measure success in the physical education classroom.
      By Kathy Ermler, Joella Mehrhof, David Lorenzi, Jean Blaydes-Madigan, Krista Winn, and Mary Kennedy
    • The Art of Evaluation and Professional Development
      A performing arts high school links the evaluation and professional development of teachers and administrators with schoolwide goals. (HS edition)
      By Linda Nathan
    • Effective Evaluation
      Bring your teacher evaluations into line with research-based best practices.
      By Michelle Oliva, Carrie Mathers, and Sabrina Laine
    • The Walk-Through Crew
      Shared leadership and a focused evaluation tool make administrators’ presence in classrooms a valuable and informative part of instructional leadership. (HS edition)
      By John Skretta and Vernon Fisher
    • Evaluations That Ensure Growth: Teacher Portfolios
      Portfolios can be used to gauge teacher effectiveness and student achievement, changing teacher evaluations from limited and hollow administrative duties to dynamic processes that improve instruction and build teacher-administrator collegiality. By Tracy A. McNelly
    • Using Student Outcomes in Evaluation
      Success means more than good grades or high scores on assessments. Asking students and teachers what success means can lead to a broader—and more accurate—picture of students’ achievement.
      By Julie A. Edmunds