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ArticleVigneron, FranckUniversities use diverse informants to evaluate teaching effectiveness and student learning. Professors evaluate students before and/or after instruction. Students evaluate their instructors, and also may evaluate other students (student peer evaluati . . .
ArticleEvaluations that respond: prescription, application, and implications of responsive evaluation theory for community college instructional support programsDurdella, Nathan R.This study examines two community college instructional support programs to explore the effectiveness of an evaluation model responsive evaluation theory that may ease the tensions between a concern over programs' processes and reporting requirements . . .