Portland State University. School of Social Work
Date of Publication
Master of Social Work (MSW)
Teachers -- Rating of, Student evaluation of teachers
1 online resource (90 p.)
The classroom as a messenger of learning and awareness is an honored institution. Education promotes the spirit of inquiry. Concurrently, inquiry spearheads research. As students who have spent many hours in a classroom, we have wondered, inquired, into the spirit of the classroom. Our research is devoted to gaining and establishing a series of perspectives as to what occurs in the classroom.
Our research is concerned with specific characteristics of the teacher-learner relationship and outcomes of that relationship. Specific characteristics of the student-teacher relationship such as effective communication, clarity of course objectives, or the quality of class lectures, have been explored by the use of an evaluative tool. Outcomes of the teacher-learner relationship such as the achievement of course objectives, and their relevance to Direct Services were also explored.
As students in the School of Social Work, we saw dearth of communication between students and their respective professors. By assessing the relative successes of Direct Service Methods classes, and by the processes that are necessary for assessment, we hope to serve students and those who teach them.
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Mansfield, Janet and McDevitt, James, "Report on faculty and student evaluation of instructors in direct service teaching at Portland State University Graduate School of Social Work" (1972). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 1706.