Reviewing Teacher Effectiveness in Improving Student Learning

Authors

  • Iwan Fauzi The Study Program of English Language Education of Palangka Raya University
  • Andrian Nuriza Johan The Study Program of English Language Education of Muhammadiyah University of Purworejo

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37304/ebony.v4i1.12295

Keywords:

teacher effectiveness, value-added models, teacher performance, student learning improvement

Abstract

This research is dealing with the review of teacher effectiveness in improving student learning. A qualitative research method by using technique of library research was applied in analyzing the data in this research. There are four aspects of teacher effectiveness reviewed by the researchers: firstly, the nature of teacher’s effectiveness; secondly, teacher effectiveness based on the teacher’s performance; thirdly, teacher effectiveness based on the student’s achievement; and fourthly, benefits of teacher effectiveness for improving student learning. The results from four aspects which are reviewed give a comprehensive definition of effective teachers and specific method on how to evaluate teacher effectiveness based on teacher performance such as supervisors’ rating, students’ evaluation of teachers, peer-reviewed assessment, and self-evaluation. In addition, the review also evaluated teacher effectiveness based on student’s achievement in which value-added models were exemplified to the measurement of the effectiveness. Last, beyond teachers’ contribution to student achievement; this library research also includes how effective teachers impact student learning which obviously contribute to important outcomes for students as benefits for learning improvement.

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Published

2024-01-25

How to Cite

Fauzi, I., & Johan, A. N. (2024). Reviewing Teacher Effectiveness in Improving Student Learning. EBONY: Journal of English Language Teaching, Linguistics, and Literature, 4(1), 39–49. https://doi.org/10.37304/ebony.v4i1.12295