The Reliability of Classroom Observations by School Personnel

@inproceedings{Ho2013TheRO,
  title={The Reliability of Classroom Observations by School Personnel},
  author={Andrew D. Ho and Thomas J. Kane},
  year={2013}
}
ABOUT THis repOrT: This report presents an in-depth discussion of the technical methods, results, and implications of the MET project's study of video-based classroom observations by school personnel. 1 A non-technical summary of the analysis is in the policy and practitioner brief, Ensuring Fair and Reliable Measures of Effective Teaching. All MET project papers and briefs are available at www.metproject.org. ABOUT THe meT prOjecT: The MET project is a research partnership of academics… CONTINUE READING
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