Teacher evaluations should be based on how well these teachers perform in the classroom.
Therefore, to evaluate teacher productivity, educators have to start using 21st-century computer technology to store the daily lessons to be taught by teachers during the school year. For example, all ninth grade math teachers would be evaluated on how well they teach the same basic lessons during the school year. Each daily computerized lesson would match the curriculum and each printout of the lesson would include the lesson plan and the materials needed for the lesson. Printouts would also include student reading material. Computer technology would allow this reading material to be tailored to meet the individual needs of each student.
Teaching lessons in this manner would also ensure that all students cover the required curriculum skills. If a teacher is absent, the substitute would be able to teach the required lessons. When a student is absent for a period of time, these computer lessons would allow for successful homeschooling that would exactly match the lessons being taught in school. In addition, a computer record of all drills, quizzes and tests will be available to evaluators.