Relative Importance of Qualities of Merit
by Arthur Boyce - 1915
The rating device which wehave described in the preceding chapter was designed primarily to obtain for us information on which to base an accurate estimate of the value of the qualities of teaching merit there set forth. Our idea has been to make it as easy as possible for school officials to give us correct information. The rating officer is not worried by any schedule of values or what he thinks is the relative importance of the qualities under consideration. He has before him in each case an actual teacher whose various qualities he is judging in terms of Excellent, Good, Medium, Poor, and Very Poor, with variations.
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