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  Assessing Teaching Effectiveness in a Basic Food Laboratory Setting: Phase One - Delphi Panel Study
 
 
Title: Assessing Teaching Effectiveness in a Basic Food Laboratory Setting: Phase One - Delphi Panel Study
Author: Chandler, James A.
Weber, Mel
Finley, Dori A.
Evans, David A.
Appeared in: Journal of culinary science & technology
Paging: Volume 6 (2008) nr. 4 pages 295-307
Year: 2008-12-15
Contents: To ensure a high standard of teaching effectiveness in the delivery of instruction, universities employ various methods. The student evaluation tool (SET) has become the most commonly used measure of teaching effectiveness in a classroom environment. However, the majority of food laboratory instructors insist that these same criteria are not appropriate or applicable to measuring teaching effectiveness in a basic food laboratory setting. The purpose of this project was to develop a SET for assessing teaching effectiveness in a basic food laboratory setting at senior level institutions. Given the exploratory nature of the research, the authors convened a Delphi panel of leading academicians to identify the most desirable competencies and to develop the criteria for measuring each competency.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Source file: Elektronische Wetenschappelijke Tijdschriften
 
 

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