Tagged: performance pay

No More Sense from Seymour

And so it begins. The non-sensical dribble spews forth from the under-secretary of Education, who gets into a lucrative position on the back of one electorate described on Wikipedia as an “exclusive, affluent suburb...

How should teachers be rewarded?

Education reformers (or deformers) have begun using the idea of ‘rewarding’ good teachers to whittle out the ‘bad’ teachers by using student data, achievement rates, and other variables that are almost completely removed from...

Natural Standards

Natural Standards

Natural Standards I don’t need to say anything else. Related posts: NZCER – National Standards in their seventh year The Gap is Closing Thanks! Reliability of National Standards Assessments Called into Question

Performance Pay for Education

Performance Pay for Education

Here’s a visualistion of my blog post from yesterday. Related posts: Inspiration – What I blog about edblognz: Connected Educators #EdblogNZ challenge: Week 1 Performance Pay Gets in the Way Guidelines for Classroom Blogs

Performance Pay Gets in the Way

Performance Pay Gets in the Way

In Education in New Zealand over the last couple of months, we have heard the threats of performance pay, and bumping up class sizes, and developing better teachers. This has been well documented in...