Tools for Assessing Online Instruction: Measuring Teacher 'Effectiveness'
Online instruction has grown exponentially at Ohio State in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and many courses and programs are likely to remain in that delivery mode going forward. Lagging behind are metrics with which to evaluate the quality of online instruction.
In this session, presenters Rebecca Andridge, Ramona Denby-Brinson and DiAnna Palmer propose a triangulated assessment of teacher effectiveness in the online space: (1) instructor self-reflection, (2) student feedback, and (3) peer evaluation of teaching. The event is supported by the Office of Academic Affairs.
Presenters will describe how each component might look different for instructors in the online space, and discuss ongoing implementation efforts in different units across campus. Attendees will be shown specific tools used to measure these three components and are encouraged to use them in their own courses and programs.
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