A coarse look at course evaluations - coupling to course quality and gender bias
Other conference contribution, 2020

What do student course evaluations really tell us about course (and teacher) quality? Let’s look at possible problems (example: gender bias) and other evaluation methods (example: teaching practices inventory). Data on “overall impression”, suggests that Chalmers students favour courses given by male examiners when it comes to “top notch” ratings.

lecture-based courses

gender bias

teaching practice inventories (TPIs)

active learning

student evaluations of teaching (SETs)


Sheila Galt

Chalmers, Communication and Learning in Science, Engineering Education Research - EER (Chalmers)

KUL2020 Chalmers conference on teaching and learning
Göteborg, Sweden,

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