by Harleen Kaur The very idea of student evaluations of teaching can spell terror for professors, but particularly adjunct faculty whose continued employed rests on the quality of the students'.
by P.D. Lesko What are the most credible methods and evaluative tools to use when deciding whether to rehire an adjunct faculty member? This is a question that should be asked by hundreds of thousands of college.
by Rebecca Schuman It’s student evaluation time again—and I should be the last professor in the world to complain. With slight exceptions for “caring too much” and courses that meet.
by Lyle Denniston THE STATEMENTS AT ISSUE: “We go to the mat for students. We feel very strongly about protecting the privacy of our students.” – Patti Locascio, general counsel of.
By Melissa Miller, Ed.D., M.Ed. My e-mail inbox reads: Student Evaluations Now Available! Permission to freak out? Why do I feel as though I'm back in seventh grade, awaiting my.
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.