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|Other Titles:||Process and Outcome Evaluation on a National Pilot Program: A Case of Secondary School Teacher Evaluation for Professional Development|
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|Abstract:||本研究針對中小學教師專業發展評鑑之全國性試辦方案，以培訓諮詢、參與規準制定等二項方案要素進行過程評鑑'並分析方案要素與試辦成果之關條。透過問卷調查95 、96 學年度全國試辦教師專業發展評鑑之高中職及國民中小學教師與行政人員後，得到以下發現:一、學校參與評鑑培訓及使用輔導網絡的情形逐年增加，且大致滿意實施之情形。二、學校認同自行編選評鑑規準'且多數教師參與擬訂。三、試辦方案有助於教師的評鑑認知與教學精進，培訓諮詢及參與制定規準並對方案成果具有解釋力。最後，依據研究結果提出建議。|
This study aimed to conduct process and outcome evaluations on a national pilot teacher evaluation program. It chose training and consultation along with teacher involvement as components of process evaluation as well as investigated the relationship between these components and its program outcomes. The study sampled school administrators and teachers who participated in the program in elementary, middle, and senior high schools in 1996 and 1997. The findings are as follows. 1. There was a growing percentage of administrators and teachers who participated in evaluation training. The rate of schools that used the networks of guidance and consultation was also increasing. Most school administrators and teachers were satisfied with the training that was provided. 2. Administrators and teachers supported the way in which school developed their evaluation criteria. Most teachers were involved in developing evaluation criteria. 3. Teachers perceived the program facilitated instruction and evaluation concepts and skills. Its training and consultation as well as teachers' involvement positively affected the outcomes of the program. Finally, suggestions for future practice and research were offered on the basis of these findings.
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