Professionalism And School-Based Program Evaluation

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Participating in program evaluations is a new part of the classroom teacher's role. If teachers are to embrace the opportunities provided by this participation, they need to understand the process of program evaluation and to appreciate its potential to empower them in their professional lives. This article discusses these issues in the context of Saskatchewan's current curriculum change and offers an illustration of one instance where participating in a proper evaluation study did enhance the professionalism of a teacher.

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