There are select set of questions to assess the teaching of the course. This term may refer to the form and completed survey or a summary of the response to questionnaires. They are meant to produce recommendations that are useful to teachers that schools can use to improve the quality of teaching and learning.
The process (data collection) shows the impact of teaching and student learning. Analysis and interpretation of data, and the response and display are valuable for several reasons (David et al, 2005). They are useful because teachers can examine the different interpretations and how to improve teaching.
This information is used by administrators with more input in summative decision making (e.g. decision support management of salary increases, awards etc.) (Dunegan et al., 2003). Generally, these assessments include the evaluation ofpeers, supervisor evaluation and student test scores to create an overview of effective teaching. The objective of the evaluation is to assess how successful and effective the program has been in achieving the claimed benefits and offers recommendations for future programs (Neil et al, 1994).
3. Economy: to promote the use of broad questionnaires that need to brief a number of small scales which are reliable and simple in terms of reviewing the study of large groups and with the aim to develop questionnaires that could be completed by a group of students in about fifteen minutes.
6. The ability to identify perceptions of students in different subjects, in other words, students should learn the same curriculum in the same format and meaning as a whole but recognition of courses may vary between courses.
The instruments of course evaluation used in this experiment were a questionnaire, the rating scale with 5 levels, an open-ended form, and a closed-end form. Accoridn to Leonie (1989), there are 9 parts in the questionnaire.
High scores indicate that students perceived the teaching staff in the