Student Perceptions of High Course Workloads are Not Associated with Poor Student Evaluations of Instructor Performance

@inproceedings{Dee2007StudentPO,
  title={Student Perceptions of High Course Workloads are Not Associated with Poor Student Evaluations of Instructor Performance},
  author={Kay C. Dee},
  year={2007}
}
Many engineering faculty believe that when students perceive a course to have a high workload, students will rate the course and the performance of the course instructor poorly. This belief can be particularly worrying to engineering faculty since engineering courses are often perceived as uniquely demanding. The present investigation demonstrated that student ratings of workload and of overall instructor performance in engineering courses were not correlated (e.g., Spearman’s rho � 0.068) in… CONTINUE READING

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