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Evaluation of Teaching. Recommendations of the Teaching Effectiveness Committee University Senate Meeting May 1, 2007. Teaching Effectiveness Committee 2004-2006. Members in 2004-2005 Gisela Buschle-Diller (Polymer & Fiber Eng., Chair) John Heilman (Provost) Howard Clayton (Management)

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evaluation of teaching

Evaluation of Teaching

Recommendations of the Teaching Effectiveness Committee

University Senate Meeting May 1, 2007

teaching effectiveness committee 2004 2006
Teaching Effectiveness Committee 2004-2006

Members in 2004-2005

Gisela Buschle-Diller (Polymer & Fiber Eng., Chair)

John Heilman (Provost)Howard Clayton (Management)

Al Fromhold (Physics)

Sareen Gropper (Human Sciences)

Raymond Kessler (Horticulture)

Marcus Kieltyka (Library)

David LaBand (Forestry)

Jill Salisbury-Glennon (Educational FLT)

Saralyn Smith-Carr (Vet. Medicine)

Carole Johnson (Communication Disorders)

Kem Krueger (Pharmacy)

Scott Kramer (Building Science)

Hakan Balci (graduate student)

Marianne Clancy (undergraduate student)

James Groccia (Biggio Center)

New members in 2005-2006

Peter Livant (Chemistry)

Juliet Rumble (Library)

David Weaver (Agronomy & Soils)

William Boulton (Management)

Kristen Helms (Pharmacy)

Mert Serkan (graduate student)

Virginia Planz (undergrad. student)

New members in 2006-2007

Linda Ruth (Building Science)

Peggy Shippen (Rehab. Spec. Ed.)

Jan Kavookjian (Pharmacy)

Selda Tarkin (grad. student)

Amanda Cummings (undergrad. student)

te committee charge
TE Committee charge
  • Design an instrument for the end-of-semester evaluation of teaching with proven validity and reliability
  • Develop standardized administration procedures to insure that all departments/schools/colleges follow these procedures to increase reliability and validity of comparisons
  • Develop suggested guidelines and procedures to assist with the interpretation and formative & summative use of evaluation results by individual faculty members, department chairs, deans and T&P committees
approach
Approach
  • General recommended guidelines
  • Selection of suitable forms
  • Implementation guidelines
recommended guidelines
Recommended guidelines
  • Standard procedures for administering teaching evaluations will be applied campus wide
  • Student evaluations of teaching will be conducted for every class and section assigned
  • Teaching evaluations will not be administered by the instructor of the course
  • Student identities must remain anonymous
  • Results of the evaluations will not be provided to instructors until after grades are submitted
instructional assessment system of the university of washington
Instructional Assessment System of the University of Washington

Main features:

  • 13 standardized forms for faculty to select the form that fits their instructional needs
  • Accommodation of additional questions, created by the instructor or department to assess unique course components or support program accreditation
  • Individual course reports
  • Summary reports for departments, divisions, or instructors

www.washington.edu/oea/services/course_eval/index.html

specifics of uw te forms
Specifics of UW TE forms
  • Items 1-4: general course assessment (all forms)
  • Items 5-15: specific to form selected
  • Items 16-22: perception of course requirements
  • Items 23-30: student perception of intellectual challenge, workload and expected grade (all forms)
  • Back of form: additional scannable items (optional)
recommendations of the te committee
Recommendations of the TE Committee
  • Auburn University will adopt the teaching evaluation forms and processing supplied by the University of Washington
  • The Provost’s Office will provide funding of TE forms, processing, and reports
  • The University Senate will review TE policies and procedures every 3 years
  • Implementation will begin as soon as possible (Fall 2007?)
supplementary procedural guidelines
Supplementary procedural guidelines
  • Biggio Center to develop a campus handbook for TE use by colleges/schools in establishing and implementing procedures
  • Annual workshops on teaching evaluation for administrators and faculty organized by the Biggio Center
  • Biggio Center to provide an annual report on workshops and implementation issues to the Senate, including feedback from administrators and instructors
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