Bias in Teaching Evaluations

Resources:

Articles, Books, and Blogs about Teaching Bias in Student Reviews:

Byrd, W. Carson. “From Potential Bias to Action.” How to Avoid Bias in Faculty Evaluations, May 2018.

Flaherty, Colleen. “Same Course, Different Ratings.” Study Says Students Rate Men More Highly than Women Even When They’re Teaching Identical Courses, Mar. 2018.

Lawrence, John W. “Student Evaluations of Teaching Are Not Valid.” Student Evaluations of Teaching Are Not Valid | AAUP, May 2018.

Mitchell, Kristina. Student Evaluations Can’t Be Used to Assess Professors. They’re Discriminatory. Mar. 2018.

Mitchell, Kristina. Student Evaluations Can’t Be Used to Assess Professors. They’re Discriminatory. Mar. 2018.

Ray, Victor. “Is Gender Bias an Intended Feature of Teaching Evaluations?” Teaching Evaluations Are Often Used to Confirm the Worst Stereotypes about Women Faculty, Feb. 2018.

Books:

Ford,  Kristie. A. 2013.   Race, Gender and Bodily (Mis)Recognitions  “Faculty identities and the Challenge of Diversity: Reflections on Teaching in Higher Education” edited by Mark A. Chesler and Alford A. Young Jr

Lazos, Sylvia R. 2012. “Are Student Teaching Evaluations Holding Back Women and Minorities?: The Perils of ‘Doing’ Gender and Race in the Classroom.” In Gutiérrez y Muhs, Gabriella, Yolanda F. Niemann, Carmen G. González and Angela P. Harris, eds. 2012.

Presumed Incompetent: The Intersections of Race and Class for Women in Academia. Logan: Utah State University Press. 164-185.

Uttl, Bob  Carmela A. White and Daniela Wong Gonzal. 2017. “Meta-analysis of faculty’s teaching effectiveness: student evaluation of teaching ratings and student learning are not related.”   Studies in Educational Evaluation.  Vol 54, 22-42.