A Method for Guiding and Controlling the Rating of Teachers
by Arthur Boyce - 1915
Objective measurement of educational products and processes has not yet reached the point where we can rely upon such measurements to give us all or even most of the information we need about our teachers. We are still dependent, to a very great extent, on the judgment of supervisors and others whose business it is to have this information. This does not mean that we are to be without exactness in our judgment of teaching efficiency, or that we have to belong to the ranks of those who judge by "general impression."
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