Effective evaluation of resident instruction is an on-going and unresolved issue in most departments and colleges. In this case study, a college of agriculture committee of faculty and students was established to address faculty concerns. This committee produced a report consisting of recommendations for changing the college-wide system, a proposal for increased department autonomy, and suggested procedures for implementing the changes. As a result of this experience, the authors offer six recommendations to other colleges considering modifying their teaching evaluation systems.



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