Student Evaluation Form Options
Under the direction of the Faculty Senate, the Registrar's Office offers faculty numerous different teaching evaluation forms, each tailored to the needs of different instructional settings. Descriptions of the form options and the questions on each form are available below to help you select the form that is best for each of your classes.
Note: Although each form was designed with particular class formats in mind, faculty are invited to base their form selections on the appropriateness of the items for their courses and objectives.
(click on Form titles to view questions)
Form A: Small lecture class
Designed for small lecture/discussion courses. Items emphasize the clarity and quality of information transmitted, as well as the nature of the interaction between instructor and student.
Form B: Large lecture class
Designed for large lecture classes, with little or no in-class interaction between instructor and student. Items strongly emphasize the quality of course organization and information transmitted.
Form C: Seminar or Discussion Group
Designed for seminar or discussion classes which include a minimal amount of formal lecturing by the instructor. Items emphasize quality of discussion as well as course organization and interest level.
Form D: Problem Solving Class
Designed for those classes whose purpose is the teaching of problem-solving or heuristic methods. Clear explanations dealing with student difficulties and quality of problems are emphasized.
Form E: Skill Acquisition Class
Designed for those classes which are skill oriented and in which students get "hands-on" experiences related to future occupational demands.
Form F: Large Lecture/Homework
Designed for use in large lecture classes which rely heavily on homework problems and a textbook. Emphasis is on instructor's ability to communicate with students, and the value of assigned problems and readings.
Form G: Lab section
Designed for lab sections generally taught in conjuction with classes in the physical sciences. Items emphasize the instructor's ability to introduce meaningful questions, assist students, and deal with unexpected problems.
Form H: Distance Learning (online)
Designed for online distance learning courses where instructor and students generally do not meet face to face. Items emphasize the instructor's ability to creative an online learning environment and community. Student comments, written on separate sheets, and a computerized summary report will be returned to instructors for each class surveyed.
Form I: Compass to Campus
Designed specifically for Compass to Campus classes. The questions on this form directly correlate to Compass to Campus and should only be ordered for Compass to Campus classes.
Form J: Fine Arts Master Class
Designed specifically for BFA students registered for Art 492 or Art 493. The questions on this form directly correlate with Art 492 and Art 493 and should only be ordered for Art 492 or Art 493.