Interpreting SETES for Faculty Success: Debunking Myths & Perceptions
Facilitator: Matthew Paolucci Callahan, PhD, Psychology Department
Aware of the factors correlated with high ratings on student evaluations? (Hint: it’s not grades) In this session, faculty learn about some of the most common myths about student ratings and how best to gather and use student feedback to improve student learning. Also discussed, are practical ways to encourage students to complete online SETEs and how to analyze and report both quantitative and qualitative ratings. This 90-minute workshop includes 45 minutes of content followed by 45 minutes for participants to ask questions.
- research evidence on which factors are (and are not) associated with student ratings
- how to increase response rates of online SETE’s
- how to appropriately interpret quantitative and qualitative ratings
- best practices for appropriate reporting and evaluation of student ratings
- how student ratings can be used to improve teaching and learning
The 45-minute presentation will be broadcast LIVE via Collaborate
- Collaborate session for Monday, April 14 at 1 p.m.
- Collaborate session for Thursday, April 17 at 10 a.m.
- Schulz 3001
- Online viewing from offices or home