- Teachers College Faculty Attitudes toward Student Ratings: The Comparison between Required Policy and Optional Policy
- Student Perceptions of Student Ratings of Instruction: Does School Policy Really Matter?
- Faculty and Student Attitudes toward Student Ratings of Instruction
- The Effect of Subject Area and Instructor Gender on Student Ratings of Instruction
- Faculty Attitude towards Student Ratings: Do the Resultant Ratings Scores Matter?
- Results of Student Ratings: Does Faculty Attitude Matter?
- An Application of Regression Models with Student Ratings in Determining Course Effectiveness
- Student Ratings: What are Hualien Teacher College Students Telling Us?
- The Validity and Reliability of Student Ratings: Comparison between Paper-pencil and Online Survey
|題名||Teachers College Faculty Attitudes toward Student Ratings: The Comparison between Required Policy and Optional Policy:師院教師對「學生評鑑教師教學」態度之研究：全校實施與各系自定之比較|
|作者||張德勝; Chang, Te-sheng;|
|關鍵詞||學生評鑑教師教學; 大學教師評鑑; 學校政策; 師範學院; Student ratings of instruction; Faculty evaluation; School policy; Teachers college;|
|英文摘要||The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of administration systems (either mandated by the school or optional) on faculty attitudes toward student ratings. The sample included 456 faculty members in teachers colleges in Taiwan, during the 1999 spring semester. The data was collected by a 42-item survey questionnaire entitled Questionnaire for Faculty Attitudes toward Student Ratings. The results indicate some statistically significant differences in perceptions between the two groups along with many points of agreement. The areas under consideration include the purposes, concerns, and components of student ratings. There is no statistical mean difference to be found in the negative effects, the application of ratings, and overall agreement across the two groups. Irrespective of whether the school policy mandates the evaluation or not, faculty agree with the following: (1) All instructors should accept the policy of conducting student ratings, (2) The current students should be the raters, (3) Faculty evaluation committees should be responsible for developing the evaluation form, (4) A department-wide evaluation forshould be used for student ratings instead of a college-wide evaluation form, (5) The best time to implement student ratings is at the end of the semester, (6) The evaluation process is best conducted in the classroom, and (7) The classroom chairman should be the person to take charge of the evaluation.|