How Can Faculty Course Survey Be Made More Meaningful?
Faculty course surveys provide data to evaluate instructors' performances. Over the years, student evaluations of faculty performance have become increasingly common across the U.S. and other countries. Along with their increased use, student evaluations of faculty have also become increasingly controversial. Although the validity of student ratings has been sufficiently well established and many people applaud the increased use of ratings in schools, some are not so enthusiastic. They feel that in their current form these evaluations do not yield meaningful results. This paper counters this perception by proposing a method which can make survey results more meaningful. It also suggests some other means to be utilized along with this method of evaluating faculty.
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