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ERIC Number: ED130574
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1976-Jul-3
Pages: 57
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The Development of Criteria for Nurse-Faculty Evaluation in a Collegiate Program.
Stepsus, Patricia Ann
Developed is an evaluation criteria for nurse-faculty. To determine the criteria, a questionnaire was designed and sent to 80 chairpersons/deans of nursing. A rating scale was developed for the criteria and evaluation procedures identified through the questionnaire, which was administered to 13 nurse-faculty and chairpersons of nursing. Among the twelve procedures identified in the questionnaire, nurse-faculty rated the following procedures to be most effective: chairman evaluation, student evaluation, self-evaluation, class visitation, personal conferences, colleagues' opinions, and evaluation of both classroom and clinical instruction. Among the criteria identified from the questionnaire, nurse-faculty rated the following to be most effective: teaching effectiveness, areas of strengths and weaknesses of the instructor, and visitation and observation of instructor's performance. (Author)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
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