How Students Evaluate Their Professors
The following is the reported relationship between students' evaluations and teachers' effectiveness:
|Above copied from Economics of Education Review|
A teacher-student relationship is personal. And I do want to hear from students. Students have their own perspective and indeed, such can not be easily reduced to scores. For this reason, written comments are much more meaningful.
As teachers, we also need to know our students. It is a two-way street, and with constant communication, we likewise will grow as teachers.
|"When you focus on kung fu, when you concentrate... you stink. |
But perhaps that is my fault. I cannot train you the way I have trained the Five.
I now see that the way to get through to you, is with this."
- Master Shifu, Kung Fu Panda (2008)
Above picture copied from Basement Rejects