Paul A. Kirschner & Mirjam Neelen
Many schools involve their students in teacher ratings. The question is if that’s a good idea.
For both teacher appointment and evaluations of their functioning, subjective judgments play an increasing role. Is this good practice to have students rate their teachers, just like that? Are these evaluations as done by a teacher’s colleagues or students reliable? Recently, Bob Uttl and colleagues published a wonderful meta-analysis on this topic.
While many feel that students can reliably rate the quality of their teachers and that they should…
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