November 2014 Archives

Peer evaluation is just one of the components missing from collaborative environments, Precious Crabtree writes.


Maura N. Henry, a teacher from New York City, wants to bring back peer observation into the teacher evaluation process.


One teacher learning alone without support is not an ideal condition for professional learning, Cheryl Redfield says.


Schools need to consider structures that provide teachers with opportunities to observe one another more frequently, Ali Wright argues.


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