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Recognising Teacher Under-Performance
Recognising teacher under-performance

In this chapter, the authors draw on their experience of under-performing teachers in a wide variety of schools, to look more closely at the nature of teacher under-performance. Teachers, and their line-managers, need to be able to identify the elements of under-performance as the first stage of the process of recovering and restoring a professionally acceptable standard of performance on the part of the individual teacher. This involves consideration of national standards for effective performance and Ofsted criteria for unsatisfactory and poor teaching, plus a consideration of different types of ineffectiveness and an analysis of the location of factors contributing to ineffective or unsatisfactory performance.

Constituents of Teacher Under-Performance

What does teacher under-performance look like? How does it differ from satisfactory or ...

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