Wednesday, May 15 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Evaluating Teaching for Promotion and Salary Review in the Aftermath of the Ryerson Decision

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In 2018, an arbitration award involving Ryerson University ruled that the use of student evaluations of teaching (SET) as “a key tool in assessing teaching effectiveness is flawed, while the use of averages is fundamentally and irreparably flawed.” This dialogue session, aimed at faculty and administrators who are in the position of evaluating faculty as well as faculty who are interested in the ways in which teaching can be assessed beyond SET, will provide examples for how some departments at SFU are decreasing their reliance upon SET during promotions and salary reviews before opening the session up to the audience to explore the benefits and challenges of some of the alternative methods of assessment.

Wednesday May 15, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm PDT
Centre for Dialogue, Salon B-C

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