Do We E-value-ate How We Teach Here at UW-Claire?
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The definition of effective teaching is fluid and dependent on the teaching environment and its community members (faculty, students and administrators). The purpose of this student/faculty collaboration was to determine what instructors on the UW Eau Claire campus consider to be the most important characteristics of effective teaching. A committee of instructors from UWEC wrote a document describing the characteristics of effective teaching. A survey was created based on the document. 200 instructors ranked the importance of each of the 59 characteristics on a fivepoint Likert scale.
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