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(#187) Teacher Evaluation: I’m Not A Plumber for a Good Reason (Part 2)


I am not defending poor teaching. Far from it. I don’t want the lazy or incompetent or worse in my calling. But do evaluations need to be geared to the lowest common denominator? Last week I wrote about poorly-conceived and … Continue reading

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(#186) Teacher Evaluation: I’m Not A Plumber For A Good Reason!


Just because everyone at one time or another has been in a classroom as a student, that does not make them effective teachers or evaluators. Heck, I use toilets many times each day. That does not make me a plumber! … Continue reading

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