Evaluating Evaluations

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by Chris Cumo The semester’s end has a routine of its own centered on final exams and grade tabulations. But no part of the routine carries more weight than teaching evaluations. Bad ratings will cost adjuncts their jobs at Georgia State University, said Educational Policy Studies assistant professor Mary Beth Gasman. Administrators expect both full- and part-time faculty to average four or better (on a scale of five) on the question that asks students to rate the overall quality of instruction, said Doug Davis, assistant professor of Educational Policy Studies at Georgia State and member of the Board of Consulting […]
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