Development and Validation of Teachers’ Performance Evaluation Scale (TPES)
Author(s) : M. Nadeem Shahzad, M. Tahir Khan, Javed Hassan Akhtar
The main purpose of the study was to develop and validate an instrument namely Teachers’ Performance Evaluation Scale (TPES) to evaluate classroom performance of Secondary School Teachers in Punjab (Pakistan). Data were collected from 300 Secondary School Teachers from 75 public sector secondary schools (25 from each district) namely District Kasur, Chiniot and Mianwali. The major factors included in TPES were power of expression, knowledge of work, analytical ability, supervision and guidance, ability to take decisions and work output and quality. The expert opinions were sought out to make tool valid. A confirmatory factor analysis was also employed to validate TPES. Liseral was used to conduct confirmatory factor Analysis. Factor loading for each item were well above the threshold value 0.35. Correlation among latent factor was significant at 0.964.
Key words: Teacher’s performance, Evaluation, Power of Expression, Analytical Ability, Work out put and Quality.