A large majority of schools involves pupils for a job application teachers
A large majority of the secondary schools (84 percent) involves pupils in the evaluation and application of teachers.
The Second Room went last year agreed to a change in the law which schools required the contribution of students to be included in the schoolplan. DUO Educational research did a survey among 251 directors in secondary education.
About 16 percent of the directors said no students involved in the evaluation. However, says 44 percent expect that in the coming years is going to change.
The directors are positive about involving learners in the applications of teachers. More than 57 percent is an advocate of. The pupils are, according to managers well able to form an image of a new teacher and see him or her from a different angle.
The directors, who have less or nothing to do with the contribution of teachers do, just give as a reason that certain groups of learners to do this are inappropriate.
More than half (55 percent) of the teachers in schools where pupils are involved in job applications and evaluations have a positive attitude towards these reviews. Only a small minority (3 percent) will experience it as a threat.
The evaluation of teachers is, in most cases, online place.