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    Title: 我國大學教師與學生對實施「學生評量教師教學」意見之研究 : 以北部一所私立大學為例
    Other Titles: The research on students ratings of instruction in higher education : a case study
    Authors: 李孟秀;Li, Meng-hsiu
    Contributors: 淡江大學高等教育研究所碩士班
    楊國賜;Yang, Kuo-shih
    Keywords: 學生評鑑教師教學;教師教學評鑑;教學意見調查;高等教育;Student Ratings of Instruction;Instructor Evaluation;Teacher Survey of Instruction;Higher education
    Date: 2009
    Issue Date: 2010-01-10 23:01:33 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究旨在分析本案例大學全校師生對實施「學生評鑑教師教學」之看法及目前實施的現況,並探討不同背景變項的教師(性別、年齡、教學年資、職級、任教學院)與學生(包括性別、學院別、學業投入程度)對實施該制度的看法之差異性。研究結果可提供案例大學作為實施「學生評鑑教師教學」改進之參考。
    本研究以文獻分析及自編問卷,對案例大學九十六學年度第二學期的師生進行調查,實得有效樣本教師227份,學生559份。問卷回收資料以SPSS for Windows 12.0版統計套裝軟體處理,利用描述性統計、t考驗、單因子變異數分析、Scheffe’s事後檢定、χ2考驗及開放意見之彙整等方法,來分析教師與學生對問卷中的各項問題看法的差異情形,發現如下:
    一、整體而言,不同學院的教師與學生對學生評鑑教師教學有差異。其他除教師的年資稍有差異之外,其餘師生的背景變項皆沒有顯著差異。
    二、教師和學生多數認為現行問卷的題目內容合適且可行,且教師比學生更為肯定。
    三、教師和學生皆認同應依據學科性質而使用不同的評鑑表。
    四、教師和學生皆不認為同學會確實填答教學意見調查表,但校方卻重視教學意見調查的結果
    五、學生認為「教師的個人特質」會影響評鑑結果,而教師則認為「課程本身的難易度」最有影響
    六、教師和學生皆不認同將評鑑結果做為教師升等的參考,但學生認為評鑑結果應作為學生選課的參考
    七、教師建議採取「填答問卷才能選下學期的課」之配套措施,學生則建議採取「提供個人學生的抽獎活動」
    The purpose of this study was to investigate faculty and student perceptions on “Student Ratings of Instruction” and the situation at this case university, as well as to examine the effect of their background variables on the system. The teachers background variables included gender, age, seniority, rank, and teaching field. The students background variables included gender, college field, and studious degree. The findings may provide the case university administration to take reference of “Student Ratings of Instruction” improvement.
    By means of literature analysis and self-edited survey, this research was aimed at 227 faculty members and 559 students in 96 spring semester at this case university. The data were analyzed with using descriptive statistics, t-test, one-way ANOVA, Scheffe’s test, Chi-squire test, and Open opinion collection and reorganization. The conclusions were as follows:
    1. There are significant differences among faculty members’ teaching field and students’ college field. However, there are no significant differences in other background faculties of faculty members and students.
    2. Most of faculty members and students think the content of the existing “Teaching Assessment Scale” is properly, and faculty are more agreed than students.
    3. Both faculty and students agree to use assessment scales upon different courses’ attributes.
    4. Both faculty and students do not deem that student answer the assessment scale seriously. However, administrations pay much attention to the result.
    5. Students think an instructor''s individual characteristics would affect the result of evaluation, but faculty consider the course difficulty is the main influence on the result.
    6. Both faculty and students do not agree to use the result of evaluation as a promotion reference, but students deem the result should be used as a reference on course selected.
    7.About the reinforced measures, faculty suggest that students must fill out the assessment scale before choose next semester courses, but students hope to strengthen by draw lots for prizes.
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