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Master of Science (MS)
Blaine R. Worthen
The study examined (a) the relationship between the grade students expect to receive and their evaluation rating, (b) the relationship between students' prior cumulative GPA and their evaluation rating, and (c) to what extent do other variables account for the relationship between grade and evaluation rating.
The present study found a significant, consistent relationship between students' expected grades and their evaluation ratings of professor. The relationship between students' cumulative GPA and ratings is negligible and should not be considered an important score of bias. The implication of this study is that great caution should be exercised when using such ratings to make key career decisions about professors.
Shin, Eun-hee, "The Relationship Between Students' Evaluation of Faculty and Students' Grades" (1992). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 6068.
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