Developing Metrics for Assessing Engineering Instruction: What Gets Measured is What Gets Improved

TitleDeveloping Metrics for Assessing Engineering Instruction: What Gets Measured is What Gets Improved
Publication TypeReport
Year of Publication2009
AuthorsNational Academy of Engineering, Steering Committee for Evaluating Instructional Scholarship in Engineering,
Pagination52 p.
PublisherNational Academy of Engineering
Place PublishedWashington, D.C
TypeReport
Publication Languageeng
ISBN Number978-0-309-13782-9
KeywordsEvaluation
AbstractThis report identifies and assesses options for evaluating the teaching effectiveness of engineering faculty in regard to their content expertise, instructional design skills, delivery skills , understanding of outcomes assessment, and course management skills. The intent o the report is to provide a concise description of a process to develop and institute a valid and acceptable means of measuring teaching effectiveness in order to foster greater acceptance and rewards for faculty efforts to improve their performance of the teaching role that makes up a part of their faculty responsibility.
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