Increasing demands for accountability are being imposed upon colleges and universities both from within the institutions and from the society at large which colleges and universities are designed to serve. In the area of teaching, these demands are especially difficult to meet, because the evaluation of teaching is such a complex problem for which no one has yet proposed a solution which is universally or even widely approved. Nevertheless, we must evaluate teaching, even though many who have tried to do so, and many more who have not tried, vehemently contend that the task is an impossible one.



accountability in teaching, meeting demands

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