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Faculty evaluation: An instrument for improvement or just another requirement?

Faculty evaluation: An instrument for improvement or just another requirement?

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By HALEE ANDREA B. ALCARAZ and ANA GABRIELLE CEGUERA GONE are the days when lecturers and professors can execute their individual teaching strategies without students having a say on it. The University requires that for excellent education to be achieved, it has to listen to its indispensable stakeholders—the students—through a “comprehensive” faculty evaluation. However, as the students evaluate their teachers’ performances every semester, they have not been convinced with the effectivity of the faculty evaluation in improving the professors’ pedagogies; faculty members themselves are divided on whether or not the evaluation process yields any change. Encouraging growth The main purpose of the faculty evaluation is for the faculty members to become better college educators...