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ERIC Number: ED106350
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975-Apr
Pages: 19
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Does the Instructor or the Course Make the Most Difference in Student Evaluation of Instruction?
Van Nelson, C.; Cossaart, Elaine R.
Data from a total of 6,726 evaluation forms collected over three terms supplied information concerning instructors and courses. Items on the evaluation forms were separated into five factors. The variance-covariance matrix of these factors for each class was compared with the combined variance-covariance matrix of the other classes taught by the instructor. It was also compared with the combined variance-covariance matrix of other sections of the same course taught by different instructors. In most cases, the variance-covariance matrix for a given class resembled the combined variance-covariance matrix of other classes taught by the instructor. (Author)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
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