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An Examination of the Georgia Teacher Keys Effectiveness System

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Battle-Edwards, Amy

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DissertationDoctor of Education (EdD)Educational LeadershipThis study examined the Georgia Teachers Effectiveness System and its effects on teachers’ teaching practices, including teacher motivation and teacher behavior. This was a mixed method study that included a focus group, surveys, and document analysis to address the independent variables: Teacher Assessment Performance Standards, Professional Growth, Student Growth Percentile, Student Learning Objectives and Teacher Effectiveness Measurement. The researcher found that the teachers that participated in this study were intrinsically motivated and the Georgia Teacher Keys Effectiveness System is a tool used to provide additional support and guidance in the classroom. A conclusion drawn from the findings suggested that the Georgia Teachers Effectiveness System has had a positive influence on teachers’ teaching practices.Electronic theses & dissertations collection for Atlanta University & Clark Atlanta University
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2017 12 15
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