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A study of teacher's recognition on teacher evaluation system (교원평가의 주체 및 영역에 대한 초중등학교 교원들의 인식)

  • KIM, Dal-Hyo
    • Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education
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    • v.21 no.4
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    • pp.508-522
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    • 2009
  • A teacher evaluation system is a hot issue of educational policy these days. Many teachers have opposed teacher evaluation system, but government and many parents have agreed teacher evaluation system. And some people agree teacher evaluation system, but some people disagree teacher evaluation system. The approvers of teacher evaluation system insist that teacher evaluation system can provide the quality of instruction, satisfaction of schooling, and nation's competition capacity. But opponents of teacher evaluation system insist that teacher evaluation system can provide dissatisfaction of teachers' job, excessive competition among teachers, and the failure of educational policy. So, comprehensive studies about teacher evaluation system are needed. The purpose of this study was to investigate that elementary and secondary teachers' recognition about teacher evaluation system. The tool of this study was used questionnaire which was made by researcher of this study. This study indicates as follows. Many teachers opposed teacher evaluation system, because of deficit of validity and reliability of teacher evaluation system. Also, many teachers indicated instruction ability as the most important evaluation standard of teacher evaluation system. And many teachers predicted the dissatisfaction of teachers' job and excessive competition among teachers as a result of teacher evaluation system.

An Analysis of Validity of Teacher Evaluation Policy (교원능력개발평가 제도의 타당성 분석)

  • Won, Hyo-Heon
    • Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education
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    • v.23 no.4
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    • pp.673-683
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    • 2011
  • The purpose of this study was to analyze the validity of teacher evaluation policy for professional development and to suggest the ways to improve the policy in school. The teacher evaluation policy for professional development is designed to improve teacher professionalism and quality of school education. For this purpose, A survey was conducted and 361 elementary and middle school teachers participated in Busan. Collected data were analyzed using SPSS WIN 12.0. The conclusions of this study are as follows: First, although teachers are highly interested in the teacher evaluation policy, they have negative attitudes for practicing the new policy. Second, assessors must be composed of reliable, competent experts because teacher evaluation has a great influence on teaching activities. The assessors should be composed of those who have the specialization and reliability on the basis. Also the assessors must be trained to enhance the fairness, objectivity and reliability by rigid discipline. Finally, teacher evaluation policy should be closely linked to increasing teacher's expertise such as training opportunities, teacher consultants, and senior teacher systems and should be widely utilized for the evaluation to be effective.

A Case Study on Teacher's Process-centered Evaluation Competency(T-PEC) : Focused on the Case of a Middle-School/a High-School Science Teacher (교사의 과정 중심 평가 역량에 관한 사례 연구 -중·고등학교 과학 교사 사례를 중심으로)

  • Kim, Yu-Jung;Lee, Gyeong-Geon;Hong, Hun-Gi
    • Journal of The Korean Association For Science Education
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    • v.39 no.6
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    • pp.695-706
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    • 2019
  • This study conducted a case study on the process-centered evaluation competency of a middle-school/high-school science teacher using Teacher's Process-centered Evaluation Competency (T-PEC) measurement tool. The case analysis shows that teacher A in a middle school represents high competency of process-centered evaluation planning and cooperative communication while the competency of utilizing process-centered evaluation results is low owing to the characteristics of non-standardized areas. Teacher B in a high school shows high level of cooperative communication competency whereas low level of process-centered evaluation execution competency because the freedom given to students is not enough during the process of evaluation. The teacher also shows very low level of utilizing process-centered evaluation results due to the lack of time and the school culture not giving feedback to the students. According to cross-case analysis, teacher A and B both represent the highest level of collaborative communication competency and the lowest level of utilization process-centered evaluation results competency. And the lack of clear criteria for process-centered evaluation leads to different understanding of process-centered evaluation between the two teachers, and teacher B shows low the level of utilizing process-centered evaluation affects results due to the students not being concerned on feedback, security problem, and the reality focusing on the university entrance examination in high schools. Based on the results, this study suggests providing clear guidelines of process-centered evaluation to teachers, introducing an application in order to solve the time-lack problem pointed out as the biggest problem of process-centered evaluation, ensuring objectivity and security about process-centered evaluation results, and building the school culture such as the expanded application of standardized areas in order to implementing process-centered evaluation.

A Study on Problems and Improvement of Teacher Librarians' Evaluation System in Korea (사서교사 평가제도로서 현행 교원평가제의 문제점과 개선방향에 관한 연구)

  • Kim, Sung-Jun
    • Journal of Korean Library and Information Science Society
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    • v.39 no.4
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    • pp.421-443
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    • 2008
  • This study tried to analyze the validity of current teacher's evaluation systems to evaluate teacher librarians. The result is as follow: The current teacher evaluation system has the low validity to evaluate the expertise of teacher librarians, and the result of using this evaluation system, must be unfair to teacher librarians. This study will suggest alternatives on an appropriate evaluation item to strengthen teacher librarians' expertise and accountability.

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Study of Behaviors of Teachers' Evaluation Based on Algebra Classrooms

  • Ye, Lijun;Yu, Ping
    • Research in Mathematical Education
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    • v.16 no.4
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    • pp.207-216
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    • 2012
  • Through quantitative video analysis of four algebra classes and statistical analysis of various types of teacher evaluation behavior in the classroom teaching, we get: (1) Teacher evaluation behavior in classroom is close to take 1/5 of the total time of the classroom teaching, and it appears most frequently in class exercises and take the longest time; (2) There are many forms of teacher evaluation behavior in classroom, and most of the behaviors are positive assessment; (3) Recognition evaluation is relatively conservative in a single form without losing fairness; (4) Classroom assessments of teachers' behaviors are primarily concerned about students' knowledge and skills mastery, and it is less involved in student feelings, attitudes and behaviors; (5) The correct teacher evaluation behavior in classroom will inspire students to create internal motivations; and (6) The correct teacher evaluation behavior in classroom can stimulate the potential of students.

A Study on the Improvement of Teacher Librarians' Evaluation Indicators in Korea (교원능력개발평가의 사서교사 평가지표 개선방향에 관한 연구)

  • Kim, Jeong-Hyen;Lee, Byeong-Ki;Shu, Kyung-Un;Kim, Sung-Jun
    • Journal of Korean Library and Information Science Society
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    • v.41 no.3
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    • pp.133-154
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    • 2010
  • With the introduction of new teacher evaluation system, teacher librarians' evaluation indicators and questions were presented for the first time. The purpose of this study is to review the validity of current indicators and questions and to develop new one, based on it. The result is as follows : Current indicators mainly focus on the management of school library facility and collection, not on teacher librarians' educational activities and have the low validity to evaluate the expertise of teacher librarians. As a result, this study will suggest new evaluation indicators and questions to evaluate their expertise appropriately.

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A Study on the Methods and Tool Development of Performance Assessment for Information Literacy Instruction of Teacher-Librarians (사서교사의 정보이용교육을 위한 수행평가 방법 및 도구 개발 연구)

  • Hahm, Myung-Sik
    • Journal of the Korean Society for information Management
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    • v.25 no.3
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    • pp.83-97
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    • 2008
  • This thesis presents the methods and tool development of performance assessment as final stage for information literacy instruction of teacher-librarians. The evaluation is an important part in information literacy instruction of teacher-librarians in the school libraries. But until now, there is little research on evaluation methodologies in the instructional activities of teacher-librarians. There is only evaluation domain presented in the primary and secondary 'Information and the Library' curriculum. To develop an evaluation model as a base for measuring performance assessment related to teacher-librarians is important. The goal of this thesis is to provide teacher-librarians with basic principles to develop many kinds of performance assessment tools in their own instructional activities.

Teacher Librarians' Perceptions of the Importance and Performance Frequency of Their Roles Inherent in the Indicators and Items for Teacher Evaluation (교원능력개발평가 사서교사 평가지표와 문항의 중요도 및 수행도에 대한 사서교사들의 인식)

  • Park, Ji-Hye;Choi, Hee-Jun
    • Journal of Korean Library and Information Science Society
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    • v.40 no.4
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    • pp.93-111
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    • 2009
  • This study aimed to analyze teacher librarians' perceptions of the importance and performance frequency of their roles inherent in the indicators and items for teacher evaluation and to determine their appropriateness. The results revealed that most indicators and items are appropriate for evaluating teacher librarians' job performance, but some items need to be revised to properly reflect teacher librarians' job tasks. Specific recommendations for their improvement were discussed.

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An Analysis of Teachers' Self-evaluation on Health Teaching Behaviors in Elementary School (초등 학교 교사의 보건수업 행동 평가 분석)

  • 오문식;박영수
    • Korean Journal of Health Education and Promotion
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    • v.15 no.2
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    • pp.81-93
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    • 1998
  • The purpose of this study was to analyze the results of teachers' self-evaluation on their health teaching behaviors, then to furnish the basic data to be able to improve teachers' health teaching activities and the educational issues on the education of teachers. To put above aims into practice, these were required: 1. Are there any differences in the results of self-evaluation on health teaching behaviors factors by teachers? 2. Are there any differences in the results of health teaching self-evaluation whether he/she take P.E as major of study in-serviece training period? 3. Does it have any influence on the results of health teaching self-evaluation whether he or she completed on the job training for the school health? 4. Are there any differences in the results of health teaching self-evaluation by sex and career? To carry out a research for this purpose, the factors of health teaching self-evaluation were divided into the clearness of the procedure, the active interaction, the variety of the ways showing the contents, and the individualization of the procedure. Then a questionnaire form, consisting of 28 specific inquires to evaluate health teaching behaviors, was delivered and conducted by 450 teacher of the elementary school in Kyungki-do. The analysis of data was done by SPSS; producing mean and standard deviation and they were inspected statistically to compare the evaluation levels and find out the differences by teachers' personal variables. The conclusion were as follows: 1. In the self-evaluation level of teachers' health teaching behaviors, teachers showed 68.23 point as are percentile distribution. And it was in order of a school-nurse(71.68), an athletic teacher(67.29), and a class-room teacher (65.66). Score obtained by teacher was statistically significant difference (p〈.001) 2. In the factors affecting to teachers' health instruction, “active interaction” showed the highest score(18.55), “variety of ways showing the contents”(17.38), “clearness of the procedure” (16.70), and “individualization of the procedure” (15.59). In the analysis of the differences by teachers, according to factors, there were significant differences in “active interaction”, “variety of the ways showing contents”, “clearness of the procedure”(p〈.001). 3. Self-evaluation score for graduates from Dept. of P. E in Teachers' collage was not significant difference compared with other majors(p〉.05). 4. Teachers receiving health education was significantly higher self-evaluation score than that of teachers not-receiving health education (P〈.01). 5. Self-evaluation score of female teacher was significant difference compared with that of male teacher (p〈.001). 6. Career (working duration) did not influenced to self-evaluation score on health teaching behaviors (P〉 .05). On the basis of the conclusion of this study, the next are suggested: First, the further studies to make use of the results of health teaching behaviors and to examine the effect are needed. Second, the further studies to examine the relations between academic achievement and teachers' major(a school-nurse, an athletic teacher, and a class-room teacher) are needed. Third, the following studies to improve health teaching by both teachers' self-evaluation on health teaching behaviors and students' evaluation of teachers, and to find out more effective health teaching, are needed. Fourth, Health education for pre-service training course and On-the-Job training program are need the effective factors on the teachers' Health teaching obtained from this study.

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A Comparative Study on the Evaluation System of Teacher's Colleges in South Korea and China (한국과 중국의 사범대학 평가제도 비교 분석)

  • Kim, Ee-gyeong;Gu, Xiaoqian;Min, Soo-bin
    • Korean Journal of Comparative Education
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    • v.27 no.1
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    • pp.97-121
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    • 2017
  • The claim that the quality assurance measures towards teacher education institutions tend to be deviated from its original purposes has been raised among international scholars, especially in those countries where prospective teachers are oversupplied. This study aims to analyze the characteristics of evaluation systems of teacher's colleges in South Korea and China from a comparative perspective. Based on six areas such as evaluation authority, purposes, cycle, criteria, methods, result utilization, we describe current practices to draw similarities and differences of the two systems. The analyses revealed remarkable similarities despite the slight differences. First, the evaluation was deviated from the quality assurance and support of the teacher's colleges. Second, the evaluation focused on supervision of the institutions and control of quantitative aspects of teacher's colleges instead of quality assurance. Based on the findings, we suggested some policy recommendations to recover the original purposes and functions of teacher education institutional evaluations in South Korea and China.