for evaluation within the 2011-2014 “Teacher Induction, Professional
Development and Career Advancement Scheme” is over. Total of 1226 appellation
applications have been submitted to TPDC
by teachers for renewed evaluation
within the scheme. 81 % of teachers of various subjects have been evaluated
successfully, on the grounds of partial or complete credit granting.
In total 70% of teachers out of 5266 got positive evaluations in lesson planning,
39% -in creating the educational resources and 55%- for professional
28% (1449) teachers got 6 credits, meaning their professional promotion in the
Based on the statistical analysis most teachers successfully completed the evaluation process and have
chances of promotion within the new scheme.
Several problems connected with teachers’ IT
skills, filling in and correct uploading of the evaluation document in the eschool program emerged. Although the
experience had been shared within the inner school evaluation groups.
Some teachers had not got acquainted with the
evolution rules and criteria, that resulted in incorrect document submission.
More than 200 teachers submitted the requests for
evaluation in TPDC, but since these teachers hadn’t been involved in the old
scheme, their evaluation was not possible.
Some teachers expressed their dissatisfaction
concerning the fact that trainings attendance or conference participation
weren’t “directly” reflected in the scheme.
Although TPDC had declared from the very start that the evaluation aimed
at the quality assurance for tracking the number of activities. Also the credit maximum had been defined and
reflected in the old scheme.
TPDC has started uploading the appellation results in
eschool program. Each teacher with negative evaluation will get a report
written by the appellation
committee. This will teachers in future developmental evaluation
process. The National Center for Teacher
Professional Development thanks all the teachers for involvement in the old scheme from 2011 and for putting maximal efforts in their