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From: Deb M. (dmortl_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sat Mar 20 2004 - 16:04:06 PST

The problem is that there's no checks and balances - anybody can rate a
teacher, even if they're not in the class or in the school! It loses a lot
of the legitimacy....

>Personally I think it's a great idea. I often had my students
>fill out surveys on my teaching. Of course it's only valid if a
>large number of students do it. I looked up my old school and
>found two teachers names with only one rating each. If I was
>still teaching I'd have all my students go on line and rate me.
>What's the harm ? Students need to evaluate their learning
>experience. In today's tech world this seems to be a good way
>to do it.
> Woody in KC (for now)

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