Students Evaluating Teachers: A Good Idea?
Larry Ferlazzo with Kathy Dyer, Roxanna Elden, Adeyemi Stembridge, Ph.D.
The pros and cons of encouraging students to evaluate teachers in K-12. What can we learn? What to avoid.
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March 31, 2019 Classroom Q & A
Kathy Dyer is currently the Learning and Innovation Manager at NWEA and a long-time believer that quality learning occurs when we learn with, from and for others. Roxanna Elden is the author of See Me After Class: Advice for Teachers by Teachers. And the creator of the New Teacher Disillusionment Power Pack. Adeyemi Stembridge, PhD is an educational consultant specializing in equity-focused school-improvement. He is a coach and thought-partner to teachers and administrators with an interest in the design of culturally responsive systems and learning experiences for students.
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