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Education (Higher education)

1990

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Variance In Student Ratings Of Part-Time And Full-Time Instructor Effectiveness By Teaching Field And Function At A Midwestern Community College , Martha Jane Kirker Jan 1990

Variance In Student Ratings Of Part-Time And Full-Time Instructor Effectiveness By Teaching Field And Function At A Midwestern Community College , Martha Jane Kirker

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this research was to investigate whether differences in teaching effectiveness exist between full-time and part-time community college instructors in specific educational disciplines. The study examined faculty representing a number of teaching fields. Past research investigated the quality of instruction of part-time faculty and full-time faculty but did not investigate the possible differences in quality within the two groups;Student evaluations of instructors at one community college provided a measure of teaching effectiveness. Multiple analysis of variance analyzed part-time and full-time instructor groups, using student evaluations of instructor scores for teaching fields. The data set included scores from ...


Perceptions Of Mission And Governance Of Iowa's Area Community Colleges , Mavis E. Kelley Jan 1990

Perceptions Of Mission And Governance Of Iowa's Area Community Colleges , Mavis E. Kelley

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

The present study was designed to investigate the perceptions of the state governance structure and mission of Iowa's area community colleges. The objectives of the study were to determine the current functions identified as being important for area colleges to perform in the future and to identify how state governance of area colleges should be defined in the future;Educators, policymakers and business leaders were surveyed via a mail survey (531 subjects yielding a response rate of 46.7%) to examine the current and future functions of the area colleges and to examine the areas of responsibility and the ...