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  Comment: yesss! (Score 1) on 2009.12.20 4:17

by maettu on 2009.12.20 4:17 (#71426)
Attached to: sack
"Gemma ned am sack, oida!"
Läng mer's Gwehr! (Swiss German saying)
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  Comment: pay for performance (Score 1) on 2009.10.29 15:17

by maettu on 2009.10.29 15:17 (#71017)
Attached to: Criticizing Academia -- Oops
It's not stupidity to "pay for performance" in education, it's rather how it is attempted to be done. Teaching for grades. :-S Teaching for good performance in standardized tests. Pardon me. You may have a strong class or a rather uninterested one etc. 15 - 30 kids are by no means statistically relevant. There is only one solution: Hire really good testers (so to speak ;-) ) and evaluate teachers "everyday-performance". I am absolutely sure you get very clear results. And I'm a teacher myself. Given that it is possible to find enough good testers and someone to pay for them. How was this in software development already? :-) If you evaluate this process for its side result, you will quite easily find the teachers should have been offered a suitable "retirement scheme" years ago. That is. As you can see, sometimes side results are the most important thing..
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