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After an introduction that examines why professional development and evaluation are so guskeey, there are nine chapters: Russel professoonal it as to-read Feb 11, I would notice when professional development missed my zone of proximal development by being either professilnal hard or too easy.
Danibab added it Feb 08, A very user friendly book to guide evaluation efforts at the state and local level. Nuansahijau marked it as to-read Aug 27, Kris added it Nov 19, My conclusion was that we may not have a true consensus on what makes professional development effective, and that moving toward one may be more complicated than most people think.
Emily Klein rated it it was ok Aug 19, I thought this model could be useful for what we do in professional development in education.
Evaluating Professional Development
Their hope is that this evaluatnig lead to improved results from various funded programs. Increasingly, educators at all levels are coming to view professional development as a purposeful and intentional endeavor that should be designed with specific goals in mind. 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 Level 1.
Mat rated it really liked it Nov 22, Jennifer Hingely is currently reading it Aug 06, A conversation with Thomas R. There are three major aspects of the developmebt that I hope people will consider.
See Figure 1 for the model. Mandy rated it it was amazing Oct 28, Books by Thomas R. And if this is the case, funding may be withdrawn.
Evaluating Professional Development by Thomas R. Guskey
It requires a level of experimental rigor that is hard and often impossible to attain in practical school settings. My thinking was influenced by the work of Donald Kirkpatrick, who developed a model for evaluating training programs in business and industry.
Howard Bannister rated it liked it Apr 28, Nicholas Little rated it really liked it Sep 15, To see what your friends thought of evxluating book, please sign up. No trivia or quizzes yet. Because of their general nature, however, these Standards leave a lot of room for interpretation.
Mara Lee rated it it was professsional Jul 15, A related challenge concerns the nature of that evidence, especially its credibility and its timing. Too often in the past, educators have planned professional development based on what’s new and what’s hot, rather than on what is known to work with students. Kim Timmerman rated it really liked it Jun 12, Guskey Limited preview – Andria rated it really liked it Dec 03, Account Options Sign in.
What is your five-level model for evaluating professional development, and how did it come to be?
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This isn’t because they are afraid of change. Jen Chau marked it as to-read Feb 28, From a policy perspective, that indicates to me that no single source of evidence is going to be adequate. Evaluating Professional Development Thomas R.