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ERIC Number: ED127346
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1973
Pages: 8
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Effect of Varied Instructions on Student Ratings of College Instructors.
Gupta, Venu G.
Using the Illinois Course Evaluation Questionnaire, 850 college students' evaluations of their teachers did not vary significantly with the use of 3 different sets of instructions, each explaining a different purpose for the evaluation. In evaluating 40 graduate teaching assistants, assistant professors and full professors, graduate students rated their instructors higher than did undergraduates; and teaching assistants received higher ratings than the assistant or full professors. With the use of a separate "Person Item", a significantly high positive correlation between ratings of instructors "as instructors" and their ratings "as persons" was detected. (BW)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
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