A Study of Teaching Evaluation Based on Network: P.E. Majors’ Evaluation of the Theory Course of College Teachers

Guanghui Qi, Wen Zhang

Abstract


Two questionnaires (Students Evaluation of Education Quality, SEEQ and Self-esteem Scale, SES) are used to explore the influence produced by the factors like the students’ self-esteem, urban and rural status, and gender difference on the sports majors’ evaluation when they evaluate the teaching effects of theory course teachers. The findings revealed: 1. The questionnaire SEEQ has a high reliability and validity when it is used in the teaching evaluation based on network. 2. In the evaluation, the interaction of the students’ self-esteem and their gender reaches a significant level. The students with low self-esteem score the teachers low, and girls from the groups with high and middle self-esteem have a higher evaluation of the teachers than boys. 3. The scores of the students from rural areas are significantly higher than those who come from cities.

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Asian Social Science   ISSN 1911-2017 (Print)   ISSN 1911-2025 (Online)

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