When Students Evaluate Faculty Online

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by Jennifer C. Berkshire When it was time for Eastern Connecticut State student Jonathan Marsh* to evaluate his math teacher last fall, he had no problem identifying what was wrong with her. She gave too many quizzes, concluded Marsh, and a thick accent made her lectures difficult to understand. In the past, Marsh’s comments would have reached a fairly limited audience, going first to the teacher herself, before making their way to the math department chair and on to other university administrators. That was in the old days. This time, Marsh chose a new approach to grading his professor: he posted comments and a grade — a “D” — in […]
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