Bulletin of Graduate School of Education, Okayama University
Published by Graduate School of Education, Okayama University

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岡山大学教育学部研究集録 (1号-137号)

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学校管理職の対教師評価観の認知構造に関する研究

淵上 克義 岡山大学
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The purpose of this study was to develop an instrument to measure the school administrators' assessment scale of teacher performance. First, organizational psychological research on performance appraisal and the factors that affect the rating was reviewed. Next, organizational research on the school administrators' assessment scale of teacher performance was reviewed. It was noted that performance appraisal must be accurate because it is used the decisions about promotion, salary, assignments, and education. After problems were described, a new version of the school administrators' assessment scale of teacher performance was developed. In the Study 1, an inventory of the principals' assessment scale of teacher performance was conducted by 98 primary school principals. Factor Analysisof scale of the principals' assessment resulted in 6 factors (Treatment of school business, Classroom management and Pupils' Guidance, Educational guidance, INterpersonal skills with children, School-based training of teachers, Educational guidance, Organizational activity). In the Study 2, an inventory of the assistant principals' assessment scale of teacher performance was conducted by 104 primary school assistant principals. Factor analysis of scales of the assistant principals' assessment resulted in 5 factors ( Interpersonal skills with children, Organizational activity, Classroom management and Pupils' Guidance, School-based training of teachers, Intersonal skills with parents and collegue). Results were discussed from multi-dimentional assessment scales of teacher performance including of contextual performance.
キーワード
teacher performance
principals' assessment
assistant principals' assessment
performance appraisal
contextual performance
ISSN
0471-4008
NCID
AN00032875