- The Effect of Subject Area and Instructor Gender on Student Ratings of Instruction
- Faculty Attitude towards Student Ratings: Do the Resultant Ratings Scores Matter?
- 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?
- Results of Student Ratings: Does Faculty Attitude Matter?
- An Application of Regression Models with Student Ratings in Determining Course Effectiveness
- The Validity and Reliability of Student Ratings: Comparison between Paper-pencil and Online Survey
|題名||大學教師評鑑系統之建立--以國立空中大學為例:A Study on the Feasibility of the Teacher Appraisal System: National Open University as an Example|
|關鍵詞||評鑑; 教育評鑑; 大學教師; 教師評鑑; 大學教師評鑑;|
|英文摘要||The purpose of this study was to develop the teacher appraisal system, regard National Open University (NOU) in Taiwan as an example. To fulfill the stated purpose, text analysis, semi-structured interview and questionnaires are applied in this research. The subjects were teachers and students of the NOU, samples were collected using the stratified random sampling method. The research first conducted structural questionnaire "Survey for student's comments on teacher's instruction". A total of 4,000 questionnaires were distributed, 1,284 were valid samples, marking the return rate at 32.1%. Then two questionnaire survey were conducted to collect viewpoints of the teachers and students, who have the different backgrounds to the implementation of "Survey for student's comments on teacher's instruction". A total of 2,000 teacher's questionnaires and 4,000 student's questionnaire were distributed, 409 and 1,454 were valid samples separately, marking the return rate at 20.5% and 36.4%. Finally, the research make a prevailing survey of all the full time faculty, the subjects include 80 teachers, 22 were valid samples, marking the return rate at 27.5%. The major procedures for data analysis were both quantitative and qualitative. The quantitative part is analyzed by frequency distributions and percentages. Besides, there are many open-ended questions in the questionnaire, qualitative analysis were used to analyze the respondent's comments written in the open spaces, they are the qualitative part in this research. Combining the results of previous review of literature, questionnaire survey, and interviews, five major findings were concluded as follows: 1. A 'formative evaluation' has been highly suggested by domestic scholars and experts. 2. Most of the students well accepted the curriculum. 3. Most of the students think all students in the school have the rights to do the questionnaires about "Survey for student's comments on teacher's instruction", and all the teachers who teach in the school should be examined by the evaluations. 4. Most of the part-time teachers agree execute periodic evaluation are tasks that ought to be carried out immediately. 5. More than 90% of the full-time teachers agree to build up the teacher appraisal system, but they suggest that the appraiser shall be duly screened for fair appraisal, and diversified data gathering is necessary for fair just and objective appraisal. Based upon the research results and conclusions, we provide individually suggestion for administration department were drawn. Some other related issues are also included.|