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ERIC Number: ED059716
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970-Sep
Pages: 15
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Evaluation: Who Needs It?
Tolle, Donald J.
This is a review of the literature surrounding the development of techniques for, and changes in professional attitudes toward, the evaluation of community college faculty in their instructional role. Discussion focuses on the purpose, criteria, and process of evaluation. In discussing the purposes of evaluation, the author deals with teacher rating systems, philosophical conflicts between evaluation purposes and methods, and educational services' accountability and quality. The evaluation criteria discussion pinpoints attributes, abilities, and competencies that contribute to good teaching. Several lists of criteria are given as possible guidelines. The evaluation process is considered in the light of who is to do it and by what means. Several series of outlined procedures are given for instituting an evaluation process. (AL)
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Note: Paper presented at a faculty workshop held at Mineral Area College, Flat River, Missouri, September 3, 1970