Teaching Evaluation Resources
DeLTA promotes the use of multiple perspectives in teaching evaluation, because evaluating a complex task like teaching requires multiple perspectives. Teaching evaluation should be informed by the voices of students, trained peers, and the instructor. The University of Georgia Appointment, Promotion, and Tenure Guidelines have been revised to reflect this.
- Ideas for increasing response rate on student surveys and evaluations
- Research on bias in student evaluations
- Suggestions about analyzing student evaluation data
- Examples of how to improve student survey questions
Instructor (Self) Voice
Annual review rubric template: This provides a framework for developing criteria for annual review of research, teaching, service, and student success activities.
Complete Guides to Advance Teaching Evaluation (GATEs) for using student, peer, and self voice in STEM departments. Research article describing the GATEs.
Watch a DeLTA-invited seminar from Austin Hocker (Feb 2022): Revising Teaching Evaluation at University of Oregon: Define, Develop, Evaluate & Reward Teaching Excellence
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice Resources
DeLTA aims to support departments in considering how to work toward greater diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice in undergraduate education, graduate education, and faculty life. This work is in early stages.