Everyone Complains About Evaluations. A Nobel Laureate Offers an Alternative.

Noah Berger for The Chronicle

Carl Wieman: “It may seem surprising to evaluate the quality of teaching by looking only at the practices used by an instructor.”
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The list of complaints about how colleges conduct course evaluations is long and seems to keep getting longer. A survey released last week of thousands of professors by the American Association of University Professors found that student evaluations...

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