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Evaluating Professional Development (1-off Series) [Thomas R. Guskey] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a practical guide to. Evaluating Professional. Development. By. Thomas R. Guskey. University of Kentucky. (Article reprinted with permission from Dr. Guskey). Evaluating Professional Development has 27 ratings and 3 reviews. June said: A very user friendly book to guide evaluation efforts at the state and local.

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Paniz Saadati marked it as to-read Sep 26, I conducted a study in which groups of educators were asked to rank order 15 different devvelopment of student learning in terms of which they believed provided the most valid evidence.

Mjjohnson rated it it was amazing Mar 05, Myra marked it as to-read Jan 29, I gave feedback when requested and occasionally just because I had an opinion. Still, Professoonal and other national efforts are moving us in the right direction.

Evaluating Professional Development

Danibab added it Feb 08, Their hope is that this will lead to improved results from various funded programs. Second, each level builds on those that come before. What are some of the other challenges in evaluating professional development, and how can these be addressed?

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Pam Taylor rated it really liked it Jul 08, Nicholas Little rated it really liked it Sep 15, The five levels of evaluation breakdown is particularly helpful – level one – participant reaction, level two – participant learning, level three – organizational support and change, level ptofessional – use profesdional knowledge and skills and level five – s A research heavy book on professional development evaluation.

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Guskey describes the process for “working backwards” from Level 5 “the student learning outcomes that you want to achieve” and through each successive level to “what set of experiences will enable participants to acquire the needed knowledge and skills Professionzl 1.

Are there more current research on evaluating professional development?

Administrators rated national and state tests highly, while teachers trusted their own, more immediate sources of evidence. I thought this model could be useful for what we do in professional development in education. Lists with This Book.

Evaluating Professional Development by Thomas R. Guskey

Kris added it Nov 19, Martha Bogart added it Sep tuskey, Open Preview See a Problem? If I know what I want to accomplish and what evidence best reflects those goals, it’s easier for me to decide how and when I’m going to gather that evidence and what I will do with it once I have it.

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Evaluating Professional Development by Thomas R. These Standards represent an attempt to give people in the field some guidelines for their work and some criteria by which to judge the effectiveness of their efforts.

See Figure 1 for the model. Because of their general nature, however, these Standards leave a lot of room for interpretation.

First, each of these five levels is important in its own right. A graduate of the University of Chicago, he began his career in education as a middle school teacher, served as an administrator in Chicago Public Schools, and was the first Director of the Center for the Improvement of Teaching and Learning, a national educational research center.

Kim Timmerman rated it really liked it Jun 12, Want to Read Currently Reading Read. No trivia or quizzes yet. Why are levels four and five of your evaluation model—in which professional development is linked to student outcomes—so difficult to accomplish?