ERIC Number: ED078275
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973
Evaluating Teaching Effectiveness in Extension-Administered Programs.
Veri, Clive C.; And Others
The Extension Division Committee of the University of Missouri, St. Louis, in addressing itself to evaluating teaching effectiveness in extension-administered programs, held as central concerns: (1) that most evaluation systems tend to be subjective; (2) that evaluations of programs and faculty who taught in them must be undertaken; (3) that evaluative information, once accumulated, could provide meaningful insight into a faculty member's teaching effectiveness; and (4) that faculty members should be able to choose how they wanted to be evaluated. The following summarizes the system presented here: (1) Each Extension program will be evaluated by Form A; (2) Each faculty member who participated in the program (for 45 minutes or more) will be evaluated either by a short or long form or by a jury of peers; and (3) Follow-up evaluations will be conducted to determine the long-range impact of extension programs. Evaluation Forms A through D are provided. (Author/CK)
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Authoring Institution: Missouri Univ., St. Louis. Extension Div.