Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Depends on How You Define "Feedback"


Closer to home, despite innovation in measuring teacher performance world-wide, more than 90% of educators in the U.S. still get zero feedback on how to improve.

Of course, teachers get constant feedback, every day, and at least a little about how they might improve, unless they try hard to avoid it. Kind of illustrates the limitations of billg's "data."

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