Investigation about Teachers’ and Managers’ View about Annual Evaluation System of Teachers’ Performance in Iran
Fereidoon Yazdani
Payam-e-Noor University, Malayer, Iran.
DOI: 10.4236/ce.2015.614152   PDF   HTML   XML   2,260 Downloads   2,730 Views   Citations


This research was carrying out with purpose of investigation about teachers’ and managers’ view about annual evaluation system of teachers’ performance. The research method was descriptive (survey research) and statistical population included all elementary teachers and managers in Malayer. The total numbers of teachers were 3050 and mangers were 301. For sampling, a biased method was used. So, 170 managers and 380 teachers were selected. The instrument was two research-made questionnaires. For validating of questionnaires, the content and formal validity was used. So, the specialists’ appraisal was applied. Also for making questionnaire reliable the Coronach’s alpha was used. So, alpha coefficient for managers’ and teachers’ questionnaire respectively was: 0.96 and 0.87. However, the result shows that from manager’s view the annual evaluation system of teachers’ performance is appropriate, but that from teachers’ view it isn’t good. Also another result shows that, there are significant differences between teachers’ and managers’ view about quality of annual evaluation system of teachers’ performance, in totally and in all domains (instructional domain, discipline domain, good humanity relationship, cooperation of teachers, scientific researches of teachers, and job motivation of teachers).

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Yazdani, F. (2015) Investigation about Teachers’ and Managers’ View about Annual Evaluation System of Teachers’ Performance in Iran. Creative Education, 6, 1523-1529. doi: 10.4236/ce.2015.614152.

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