Author(s): Gump SE
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Abstract Course and instructor evaluations completed by students (N=255) enrolled in multiple discussion sections of one introductory-level college class, led by the same instructor over four consecutive semesters, indicated a positive correlation (r = .34, p<.001) between awareness of daily class objectives and ratings of the instructor's overall teaching effectiveness. Students for whom the presentation of daily objectives was memorable or important were more likely to perceive the instructor's teaching as effective, at least as measured by students' standardized evaluations.
This article was published in Psychol Rep
and referenced in Journal of Antivirals & Antiretrovirals