The Role of Gender in Students’ Ratings of Teaching Quality in Computer Science and Environmental Engineering

  title={The Role of Gender in Students’ Ratings of Teaching Quality in Computer Science and Environmental Engineering},
  author={Linda Price and Ingrid Svensson and Jonas Borell and John T. E. Richardson},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Education},
Students’ ratings of teaching quality on course units in a computer science program and an environmental engineering program at a large Swedish university were obtained using the Course Experience Questionnaire; 8888 sets of ratings were obtained from men and 4280 sets were obtained from women over ten academic years. These student ratings from the two programs showed certain differences; in particular, teachers tended to receive higher ratings in subjects that were less typical for their… CONTINUE READING

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