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A Study of the Construction of Physical Education Teacher Appraisal Indicator in Taiwan
The aim of this study was to analyse and to construct a theory and essence of a Physical Education Teacher's Profession Appraisal in order to form an appraisal indicator to the physical education teachers. It is hoped that this study could provide a reference for schools and educational administration organisations in policy making and implementation. The methodology of this study was conducted by the analysis of literature review, Delphi Technique, and the analysis of AHP(Analytic Hierachy Process). According to the result of literature review, the 'Physical Education Profession Appraisal Indicator Questionnaire' was made as an. investigation instrument. Scholars and experts who have practical and theoretical experience on a related subject of physical education and educational profession were invited as an object of investigation. The Delphi Technique was used as a means to define each item of indicator and furthermore to construct a relative weight of each indicator item. The results were shown below: 1. The physical education teacher appraisal indicator contains six factors which are curriculum development, teaching performance, administrational communication and extracurricular activities, teaching activities and assistants' ability, teaching assessment and the spirit of profession. There are forty indicator items which can be chosen. 2. After each indicator has been weighted, the order is the spirit of profession, teaching performance, teaching assessment, curriculum development, teaching activities and assistants' ability, and administrational communication and extracurricular activities. The construction of physical education profession appraisal indicator of this study should take the current situations of school into account. That will make the appraisal indicators be more appropriate.
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