Sunday, July 27, 2014

Teaching effectiveness report

A report from the University of Pennsylvania explores how teachers’ instructional alignment is associated with student learning and teacher effectiveness as measured by composite evaluation measures including the value-added model (VAM). It finds weak associations between content alignment and student achievement and no associations with the composite measure of effective teaching.
Instructional alignment as a measure of teaching quality. Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis (2014, May). 0162373714531851

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