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An Evaluation of Physical Education Teachers' Performance Using 720-Degree Feedback
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The aim of this study was to evaluate the performance of physical education teachers with 720-degree feedback. The population consisted of principals, teachers of physical education and other courses, sports authorities in area 7 in Department of Education, managers and experts in Sport and Youth office of northeast Tehran, students of 15 high schools for girls in area 7 of Tehran and their parents (N=6371). 769 subjects were selected as the sample by census, purposive, simple random and cluster random sampling methods. To achieve aims of this study, Physical Education Teacher Performance Evaluation Questionnaire by Keshavarz et al. (2013) was used. For data analysis, descriptive and inferential statistical methods such as Kolmogorov-Smirnov, one-sample t test, two Hotelling T2 test and LSD post hoc test with SPSS software were used. Results showed a significant difference between the first and second stages of performance (P˂0.05). It is necessary for physical education authorities of Ministry of Education to use new models of performance evaluation which have the facility for evaluating PE teachers' performance from different perspectives so that the level of these teachers and the productivity of the sports and physical education classes can be improved.

Keywords: assessment, performance, teacher, physical education, 720-degree feedback
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