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Norms for Required and Elective Courses by Course Level for the IIQ Subscales. Technical Report No. 11.1-72.
Pohlmann, John T.; And Others
The development of norms for five subscales from the Instructional Improvement Questionnaire (IIQ) are reported for required and elective courses at each course level. The IIQ is a student rating form designed to provide evaluative feedback to instructors about their teaching. The subscales of the IIQ were derived from the results of an earlier factor analysis of items in parts I and II of the IIQ. The five factors identified in that study were labled 1. General Course Rating, 2. Student Orientation, 3. Course Difficulty, 4. Grading and Assignment, and 5. Presentation of Materials. For the purposes of this study items that loaded high on each factor were combined to form subscales. Scores on these subscales were derived by computing the average item score for the items in the subscale. Consequently five subscores were generated for each student evaluation, one for each subscale. In Table I the IIQ items that were included in each subscale are listed. (The items in Parts I and II of the IIQ appear in the Appendix). (Author/RC)
Descriptors: College Faculty, Core Curriculum, Course Evaluation, Elective Courses, Higher Education, Norms, Questionnaires, Rating Scales, Statistical Analysis, Student Evaluation of Teacher Performance
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Authoring Institution: Southern Illinois Univ., Carbondale. Counseling and Testing Center.