Even ‘Valid’ Student Evaluations Are ‘Unfair’

“Student evaluations of teaching reflect students’ biases and are otherwise unreliable. So goes much of criticism of these evaluations, or SETs. Increasingly, research backs up both of those concerns. On the other side of the debate, SET proponents acknowledge that these evaluations are imperfect indicators of teaching quality …” (more)

[Colleen Flaherty, Inside Higher Ed, 27 February]


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