Instructional Evaluation Rating Form


Evaluation Cycle: 2006-2007

Annual: Syllabus, Instructional Input Form
First Year Portfolio, Instructional Input Form
Second Year Portfolio, Instructional Input Form
Third Year Portfolio, Instructional Input Form


Category Ratings: 4 = Excellent (EX), 3 = Very Good (VG), 2 = Good (GD), 1 = Needs Improvement (NI), 0 = Unacceptable (UN)

Overall Rating: UN < 0.5; 0.5 ≤ NI < 1.5; 1.5 ≤ GD < 2.5; 2.5 ≤ VG ≤ 3.5; 3.5 < EX

Incomplete portfolios will receive no higher rating than unacceptable.







Instructional Input Form

responsiveness to student concerns



Syllabus: Elements and Organization

complete, clear, and organized (includes elements of course master syllabus)



Syllabus: Course Design (includes instructional method, course plan, materials, outline/schedule, etc.)

appropriate to course goals/ outcomes



Syllabus: Grading/assessment policy

clear and complete, appropriate to course goals/outcomes



Grade Distribution (not rated)

compared to departmental norms; variation explained by assessment policy, etc.



Instructional materials (includes handouts, major assignments, exams, etc)

clarity, organization 



Instructional materials

appropriateness to course goals/outcomes



Teaching Philosophy

purpose, goals, objectives consistent with department, college



Teaching Philosophy: application

evident in course design, materials



Course Commentary (includes self-assessment of course effectiveness)

demonstrates implementation of teaching philosophy



Numerical Rating





Evaluator                                                                                                                               Date

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