Evaluation of teachers should not be based on the student’s performance as there are many other factors that influence students’ performance. Some of these factors include age, education history, family background, intelligence quotient, teacher student relationship, social environment, teacher’s personality. Although the teachers’ performance is affected by wages, the student’s performance is not affected by the teachers’ performance.
In my opinion, the performance of teachers’ are attributed to other factors other students’ results. Teachers have different personalities that are affected by distinct factors. A certain factor could influence a teacher negatively and another positively. Therefore, the nature of the classroom and students impact on the teachers’ output differently. Therefore, it is unfair to base their performance on the students’ examination scores.
Family background is one of the factors that determine the students’ performance in class. A poor background could either be a stimulant or a hindrance to a learner’s excellence. On the other hand, a wealthy could be a positive or a negative influence on a student’s performance. Therefore, this clearly nullifies a teacher’s effect on the learners.
Additionally, a student’s intelligence quotient affects their learning behavior. High intelligence quotient translates to high retention of the learner hence remarkable performance and vice versa. Besides, his or her education history has an impact on the learner’s test scores. A favorable teacher student relationship also determines the students’ result in examinations.
What is more, learners’ performance in class is determined by the social environment. This implies the type of friends and relationships a student has. If a student hangs around with a bad influence, then his or her performance in class is affected negatively. Also, students’ performance is largely dependent on age as it affects their learning abilities.
Evidently, teacher’s personality, student’s family background, education history, intelligence quotient, age, social environment, and the teacher learner relationship affect the students’ performance. Therefore, the above factors refute the allegation that teachers’ performance has an impact on the students’ performance in class.