Course Evaluation Instruments
Course evaluation instruments generally include variables such as communication skills, organizational skills, enthusiasm, flexibility, attitude toward the student, teacher – student interaction, encouragement of the student, knowledge of the subject, clarity of presentation, course difficulty, fairness of grading and exams, and global student rating. Course evaluation tools such as TrainingCheck and CE-Gen provide standardized course evaluation instruments.
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