All Blog Posts Tagged 'merit' (3)

Is merit pay for teachers best for students?

If you walk into a teacher's lounge, and your goal is to get the teachers really fired up...then ask them how

they feel about merit pay! Teachers across the nation are torn in their

beliefs when it comes to merit pay. For every teacher that supports

merit pay, there is a teacher who firmly disagrees with merit pay.

Educational reform would not be complete without some kind of overhaul

in the way…
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Added by Justin Tarte on August 4, 2010 at 12:06pm — No Comments

#edchat Recap: 3 Ways to Reward Successful Teachers

Merit Pay Gone Wrong

This week's #edchat, "How should successful & innovative teaching and teachers be rewarded?" was incredibly appropriate in light of Florida's controversial Senate Bill 6 this week that faced strong opposition and even…

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Added by Amanda Kenuam on April 15, 2010 at 8:00am — No Comments

Should Teachers Be Judged on Student Performances

This goes along with the merit pay idea. If teachers are judged based just on student test score it sounds like a good idea. Some students do well in the class but poorly on the test even though they know the material. However, at times we do end up with students who do not care, doing nothing while waiting until they turn 16 to drop out. In the mean time, they make learning harder on the other students since the teacher is interrupted by this student(s).



I came across an article on… Continue

Added by Christina on September 13, 2009 at 1:52pm — No Comments

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