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Tips for Surviving Your Teacher Evaluation

November 29, 2015


We all hate being appraised, but it has become a requirement so we might as well adjust to it. I hope this list helps:


  1. Come prepared – Prepare for everything that could happen, from defending criticisms to bringing typed lists and evidence of your achievements.
  2. Look Those Assessing You in the Eye – Project confidence at all times.
  3. Listen – Don’t argue whilst being criticised, it never works. Simply listen, take notes and have your say later. Let them feel “talked out” before you respond.
  4. Have goals – Show that you reflect, are thinking ahead and prove to them that you have ambition and inner drive
  5. Don’t Just Defend – Come in with something you want from them. Something like better condition, pay or responsibility.


Good Luck!


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