Teacher: Do you want to be evaluated by students?

@lizeri (533)
June 3, 2007 7:55am CST
For me, there's nothing wrong if students will voice out their opinions about their teachers. It would be good to hear compliments. But some teachers wouldn't just accept negative comments. Maybe because they thought students hate them or their way of teaching. But it is for the improvement of service. Besides, it is for the reputation of the school and the person.
2 responses
@lzjilbb (425)
• China
3 Jun 07
I quite agree with you. I think there should also be a specific system for the students to give comments to their teachers so that the teachers can improve themselves. Even the students give negtive comments just because of hating the teacher, there will also be some reason why the students hate you. And this is also some aspact that you should improve in the future.
• United States
3 Jun 07
Well I am not a teacher, but I think that if a student is going to evaluate a teacher, they would have to account for the reasoning behind their answer. So you the teacher wouldn't have a bad evaluation just for giving a bad homework assignment. I used to have a teacher that always favored the boys. She would always pick them to to answer and she would flirt too.