Developing Effective Teacher Performance by Jeff Jones
By Jeff Jones
Designed to assist lecturers who deal with others, this functional booklet bargains suggestions on diagnosing ineffectiveness, aiding useless lecturers, and utilizing acceptable innovations whilst aid is not sufficient.
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Having a lesson filmed and discussing it with the line-manager. Attending relevant external in-service training. The successful completion of less challenging support plans will lead into more difficult areas where, hopefully, the professional relationship now established between the line-manager and the teacher will carry the process forward. The sense of satisfaction in seeing a colleague restore his/her professional standards and begin to function as at least a satisfactory teacher is considerable.
3. Point for reflection Read the following description of a lesson and decide what issues to focus on first in achieving improvement for this teacher. Start of the lesson: The lesson began late because the pupils had to be collected and then moved to the computer room. As the pupils went up the corridor they were noisy and disturbed other lessons which had already started. In the computer room pupils were allowed to sit in friendship groups and the arrangement in the room meant that one group of boys were sitting facing each other but with their backs to the teacher (10 mins).
Remember that a large part of what is meant is communicated non-verbally and avoid a harsh tone or an unsmiling look. Look for a ‘win–win’ resolution in which the teacher can accept support and the learning experience of the pupils can be improved. You may find that in this initial discussion, the teacher blames the whole problem on individual pupils or groups of pupils. For example: ‘6F are the worst class I have ever taught. They are the group from hell and I have no control over them. ’ It is probably unhelpful at this stage to enter into a lengthy debate with the member of staff about the precise misdeeds of the class or individual pupils, although the teacher may need to ‘vent’ some anxieties and frustrations.