Criteria for the evaluation of the teaching are listed in Table 3. Course revision is defined as making a substantial modification to a course such as developing several new laboratories, addition of distance learning options, formally proposing to change course content/format, etc.
Other information such as written comments from students, colleagues within and beyond the Department, College or University administrators shall be considered when available. Peer reviews and summaries of Student Surveys of Instruction (including all student comments) must be submitted as part of a candidate's file for reappointment, tenure and promotion. Copies of representative syllabi, examinations, and other relevant teaching material should also be available for review. Documentation related to graduate student, undergraduate student, and post-doctoral student training should be included in materials provided by a candidate for reappointment, tenure and promotion. Faculty members are expected to mentor graduate students (particularly at the doctoral level) and/or postdoctoral students. Evaluation of teaching will account for differences in missions and expectations across campuses.
Evaluation Components for Assessment of Teaching for promotion and tenure
Accomplishments Corresponding to the Assessment Score
Innovative teacher ; provides leadership in instructional Development
Develop/revise courses, develop research projects for students (undergraduate and/or graduate), excellent student and peer perceptions , instructional creativity , actively participate in curricular revisions
Innovative teacher and
part.icipant in curricular revisions
Develop/revise courses, good student and peer perceptions , work with graduate and/or
undergraduate students in research
Meets obligations well
Good student and peer perceptions
Below average student and peer perceptions
Substandard, ineffective teacher
Below average student and peer perceptions , pattern of complaints