Table 2. Evaluation Components for Teaching | The Fashion School Handbook | Kent State University

Table 2. Evaluation Components for Teaching

Scholarship Rating

Definition

Typical Activities Corresponding to the Assessment

Excellent

Innovative teacher; provides leadership in instructional development and maintains high achievement on course evaluation and peer reviews

Actively participates in curricular development/revisions.

Demonstrates evidences excellent student evaluations and peer review. Demonstrates instructional creativity and effort. Establishes excellent record of graduate and/or undergraduate students in research and/or creative scholarship.  Receives recognition of educational impact by peers in the institution and profession.

Very Good

Innovative teacher; maintains very good course evaluations and peer reviews

Develops/revises curriculum, establishes good student evaluations and peer review. Demonstrate good record of fostering graduate and/or undergraduate students in research and/or creative scholarship.

Good

Effective teacher; maintains good course evaluations and peer reviews

Develops/revises curriculum, establishes mixed (moderate to good) student evaluations and peer review.

Develops moderate level of fostering graduate and undergraduate research projects and/or creative activity.

Fair

Substandard teacher; meets minimal expectations; below average course evaluations and peer reviews

Establishes below-average student evaluations and peer review; has limited supervision of student research, limited participation in curriculum development and/or revision.

Poor

Substandard, ineffective teacher; unacceptable course evaluations and peer reviews

Establishes below-average student and peer perceptions, Receives as a pattern of complaints Have not engaged in curriculum development or research supervision