Evaluation of Teaching
Granite State College’s teaching evaluation model strives to provide opportunities for reflective practice as part of the Online Teaching & Learning Collaborative. With this in mind, GSC uses a three-part model to evaluate teaching for both adjunct faculty and full-time faculty members:
- Student Course Evaluations
- Summer Reflective Teaching Analysis (online survey)
- Peer Review (for faculty teaching 4 or more courses per year and full-time faculty)
Student Course Evaluations
- WHAT & HOW: CoursEval is a web-based tool GSC uses for the course and faculty evaluations each term. Log in here to see your student course evaluations and reflect on changes you want to make in your teaching practice. Having issues? Submit a ticket at it.granite.edu
- WHEN: Evaluations open to students 2 weeks before a course ends and closes on the last day classes. Results are made available to faculty 7 days after final grades are due.
- WHY: Student course evaluations can help us embrace continuous learning and improvement. Explore the Inside Higher Ed article.