The first annual Award for Excellence in Teaching: a study of procedure and analysis of data
Geary, Robert William
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A study and documentation of the first annual Award for Excellence in Teaching is made. A brief background for the Award is presented, including the formation of a committee designated to choose objectively a worthy recipient. The problems encountered by the committee in designing a successful ballot and the statistical methods used in selecting the recipient are of major concern and are treated in detail. Basic response statistics are published accompanied by a data summary. Special studies including score analysis, weight component determination, and teacher elimination by dominance techniques are presented. To better understand the various population strata, several correlation studies are made .
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