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Report - Learning 2030


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Teachers for the 21st Century. Using Evaluation to Improve Teaching

The publication looks at the governance of appraisal systems, including how standards for teacher appraisal are established and by whom; at approaches and procedures for teacher appraisal and developing capacity for implementing them; and at how appraisal results are used and the consequences that may follow. The analysis is complemented with text boxes that illustrate proven or promising practices in countries.

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After weeks of delays, San Jose State U. releases research report on online courses ~ Inside Higher Ed

After weeks of delays, San Jose State U. releases research report on online courses ~ Inside Higher Ed | :: The 4th Era :: | Scoop.it

by Carl Staumsheim

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"San Jose State University on Wednesday quietly released the full research report on the for-credit online courses it offered this spring through the online education company Udacity. The report, marked by delays and procedural setbacks, suggests it may be difficult for the university to deliver online education in this format to the students who need it most. The report's release lands on the opposite end of the spectrum from the hype generated in January, when university officials, flanked by the Udacity CEO Sebastian Thrun and California Governor Jerry Brown, unveiled the project during a 45-minute press conference. The pilot project, featuring two math courses and one statistics course, aimed to bring high-quality education to students for a fraction of the cost of the university's normal tuition. Wednesday's report went live on the university’s website sometime before noon Pacific time, appearing with little fanfare on the research page of the principal investigator for the project, Elaine D. Collins. Collins serves as associate dean in the College of Science. The article is in Inside Higher Ed."

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