Πέμπτη, 19 Μαρτίου 2015

Educational Researcher (ER)

Educational Researcher (ER)


   Vol. 44, n°2, 3/2015

  Value Added Meets the Schools: The Effects of Using Test-Based Teacher Evaluation on the Work of Teachers and Leaders

 
  • Editors’ Introduction: The Use of Teacher Value-Added Measures in Schools: New Evidence, Unanswered Questions, and Future Prospects, Douglas N. Harris and Carolyn D. Herrington
  • Using Student Test Scores to Measure Teacher Performance: Some Problems in the Design and Implementation of Evaluation Systems, Dale Ballou and Matthew G. Springer
  • Exploring the Potential of Value-Added Performance Measures to Affect the Quality of the Teacher Workforce, Dan Goldhaber
  • Make Room Value Added: Principals’ Human Capital Decisions and the Emergence of Teacher Observation Data, Ellen Goldring, Jason A. Grissom, Mollie Rubin, Christine M. Neumerski, Marisa Cannata, Timothy Drake, and Patrick Schuermann
  • Teacher Perspectives on Evaluation Reform: Chicago’s REACH Students, Jennie Y. Jiang, Susan E. Sporte, and Stuart Luppescu
  • Will VAMS Reinforce the Walls of the Egg-Crate School?, Susan Moore Johnson
  • The Value in Value Added Depends on the Ecology, Henry Braun
  • Can Value Added Add Value to Teacher Evaluation?, Linda Darling-Hammond
  • Value Added: A Case Study in the Mismatch Between Education Research and Policy, Stephen W. Raudenbush

  •  http://edr.sagepub.com/content/44/2?etoc

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