An analysis of student perceptions concerning instructor effectiveness at the Naval Postgraduate School
Ehret, Howard Charles
Henson, Jarrell Neal.
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The thesis investigates the determinants of effective and ineffective "instructorship" as perceived by students at the Naval Postgraduate School. Through a critical incident survey and subsequent content analysis a scheme which can express student perceptions of effective instructorship was developed. Categorization of good and bad instructorship incidents isolated sixteen factors which were found to be determinants of student perceptions. Examples of verbatim student comments are included in the form of a general feedback vehicle appropriate for instructor consideration.
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