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Tackling Under-performance in Teachers By Jill Earnshaw

Tackling Under-performance in Teachers
by Jill Earnshaw

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Many headteachers will face the problem of ineffective teachers at some point in their working lives. This book shows them what procedures should be followed during this difficult period.
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Tackling Under-performance in Teachers Summary

Tackling Under-performance in Teachers by Jill Earnshaw

All headteachers will be faced with a member of staff who is under performing at some stage in their career, but knowing how to deal with the problem to everyone's benefit is not always easy.

Through the use of case studies the expert authors examine ways under-performance can be handled in a range of circumstances. Clear guidance is given on procedures that should be followed to ensure actions are within a legal framework and within current directives on performance management.

Key sections include:

* how to handle capability issues
* ill health and capability
* procedures and the legal framework
* performance management.

Tackling Under-performance in Teachers will be a valuable resource for headteachers, school governors and LEA officers involved in school management.

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Tackling Under-performance in Teachers Reviews

'I would recommend this book to colleagues at management levels and students on management courses. Having said this, it is important that all school staff are made aware of issues around capability and how it will be dealt with should the issue arise. I would see it as an essential purchase for all schools...' - Kim Beat, Headteacher, Barham Primary School, Middlesex

About Jill Earnshaw

Professor Derek Torrington is Professor of Human Resource Management and Dean of Management Studies at UMIST. Jill Earnshaw is a Senior Lecturer in Employment Law at UMIST. Lorrie Marchington is a freelance consultant in adult guidance and education. Eve M.D. Ritchie is a Research Associate at UMIST and acted as principal researcher for the research project into Teacher Capability Procedures.

Table of Contents

1. The problem of under performance by teachers 2. How capability issues are handled 3. Ill health and capability 4. Key players and their roles 5. Making procedures work 6. Capability procedures and the legal framework 7. Performance management 8. The planning and review meetings 9. Case studies in which capability procedures were used to secure an outcome 10. Case studies in which capability procedures were not used

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Tackling Under-performance in Teachers by Jill Earnshaw
Jill Earnshaw
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Taylor & Francis Ltd
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