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EDCI 943: Observation #1- Fall 2016

Principles of College Teaching –EDCI 943
Observation #1 – Fall 2016

Here you and your partner can post your interview questions and the observed instructor’s responses to these questions. Please refrain from listing the instructor’s name in your post. We will discuss your observation and interview experiences during class.

EDCI 943:大学教学原则

EDCI 943:大学教学原则

大学教学原则(Principles of College Teaching)是研究生层次的课程,秋季和春季学期都通过大学教育部门 (the College of Education)向研究生和教员提供。

该课程旨在帮助你从高等院校和大学层次思考授课和学习。作为课堂劳动的结果,你会有机会发展或提高教学技能,尽管特定教学技能的发展不是该课程的唯一目标。你从该课程所收获的会基于你自己、你所关注的和你的努力。

Course Evaluations

Course Evaluations

074At Kansas State University student evaluations of courses are important. By gathering evidence of teaching effectiveness, departments and deans are able to make informed and objective decisions about retention, promotion, tenure and pay increases. The most important benefit of student evaluations is the feedback the evaluations provide directly to instructors, so they can refine their courses and teaching practices to provide students with better learning experiences.

Sometimes students do not know how to properly complete the TEVALS in terms of providing quality, constructive feedback that help instructors to improve their teaching (e.g., they say “this class sucked” or “this class is awesome”).  In an effort to improve student awareness of how to complete TEVALS, we would like for you to respond to the following QUESTIONS:

 1.      Do you receive quality, constructive feedback about how to improve your class from your students?  
1 a. If you do receive quality, constructive feedback, have you applied some (or all) of this feedback to improve your teaching? Why/Why not?  Do you have recommendations for how we can improve the quality, constructive feedback that students provide to instructors?
1 b. If you do not receive  quality, constructive feedback from students, what can we do to encourage students to offer quality, constructive feedback to instructors?

EDCI 943

Welcome to EDCI 943: Principles of College Teaching

 1Principles of College Teaching is a graduate-level course offered both fall and spring semesters to graduate students and faculty through the College of Education.

The course is designed to help you think about teaching and learning at the college and university level. You will have the opportunity to develop or enhance teaching skills as a result of your work in the class, although the development of particular teaching skills is not the exclusive aim of the course. What you gain from the course will depend upon you, your focus and your effort.

Observation #1 – Fall 2014

Observation #1 – Spring 2015

Observation #1 – Fall 2015

Observation #1 – Spring 2016

Observation #1 – Fall 2014

Principles of College Teaching – EDCI 943
Observation #1 – Fall 2014

Here you and your partner can post your interview questions and the observed instructor’s responses to these questions. Please refrain from listing the instructor’s name in your post. We will discuss your observation and interview experiences during class on 9/25.

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