I agree with Michael on including comments on the favorite
project. But knowing that they may not remember some, I
suggest you provide a list of assignments and have them
rank them. This gives them a review and starts the mind
remembering. Then have them respond in detail on a
favorite. Keep it short and word the questions so as
to require thought rather than yes or no answers.
Good Luck, Woody
>> I have a student teaching HS who wants to give out an
>> evaluation/survey of
>> how she is doing to her HS students. I know some teachers routinely
>> do this. Anyone have questions they might want to share that brought
>> meaninful results?
M. Austin replied:
> Some questions I always ask my students:
> What was your favorite project we did this year? Why?
> What was your least favorite project? Why?
> Did you feel that your teacher cares about you as a person?
> Did you feel that you received adequate help on your projects as needed?
> Did you feel that your teacher acted in a professional manner?
> Would you take another course from this teacher?
> Did you feel that your teacher was knowledgable about art?
> Was your teacher adequately prepared?
> Most of these questions are on our professional evaluations, given to us
> by our administrators. If I am going to be evaluated by an administrator
> who is in my room for 10 minutes at a time, 2-3 times a year, then I
> like to back it up by having the student's assessment. Surprisingly,
> many of the answers are often the same. :-)