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Evaluating Evaluations Recently, I had the experience of receiving some scathing evaluations from a group of students in a cultural linguistics course I taught. Since I have always had good to great evaluations (and great evals. from the university evaluators), I took time to ponder the comments. There was an unusual amount of venting on the part of the students. This appeared to be the result of having had to take a course most didn’t want to take but needed for student teaching, and/or to improve a grade average. The course was too hard some said, and the text was followed […]
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