Abstract—This study aimed to develop and design the
Students’ Evaluation of Teaching (SET) at Sripatum University.
The development also includes two works: 1) Development of
the SET form, its validity was considered by three experts, and
the consistency was considered between the questions on the
objective of the evaluation or IOC. Then it was tested on 41
students to analyze the reliability by Cronbach's Alpha
Coefficient. 2) Design and develop the SET report is consistent
with the new evaluation and the expert’s recommendations.
Then, a sub-groups meeting to conclude the job. Results are as
1). There are three parts to the SET form as follows: Part 1: General information, Part 2: The Instructor’s Teaching Competency Evaluation, and Part 3: Other suggestions. The consistency between the questions on the objective of the evaluation or IOC0.5.This means that all questions are consistent with the objectives that can be applied to reality and 0.732 Cronbach's Alpha Coefficient of the SET form is at a good level of reliability.
2). The SET report is divided into two main parts. 1) Percentage of students’ assessment report and 2) The Instructor’s Teaching Competency Evaluation report which is two levels: 1) Faculty the SET report. 2) Individual the SET report is divided into five sections as follows 2.1) Frequency and percentage of students’ assessment, 2.2) Frequency and percentage of students’ self-assessment, 2.3) Percentage and average of the SET by parts, 2.4) Percentage and average of the SET by items, and 2.5) Students’ feedback.
Index Terms—Design, students’ evaluation of teaching, evaluation.
R. Sanitya and S. Sinjindawong are with the Sripatum University, Thailand (e-mail: Rugsapon.firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com).
Cite: R. Sanitya and S. Sinjindawong, "Design of Students’ Evaluation of Teaching: The Case of Sripatum University," International Journal of Information and Education Technology vol. 7, no. 5, pp. 367-373, 2017.