Using Google Forms for Course Evaluations

by Randy Fairfield, 3/22/17

While your administrative evaluator might only be in your classroom a few times in a school year, your students are in your class every day and they know you are doing a great job! Rather than relying on a snapshot your evaluator saw of your classroom, why not let your students evaluate you? You can use the results of their feedback as a part of your ongoing evaluation conversation with your administrator, and—perhaps more importantly—the feedback you get from your students might also open your eyes about the way you are perceived in your classroom.

The student survey below is aligned with the majority of the criteria outlined with the CEL 5D+ Teacher Evaluation Rubric for the 2016-17 school year. Scroll to the bottom of this page if you are interested in having a copy of this form!

Click this link and you will be prompted to make a copy of the Google Form above:

Even better, check out the “Share That Form” section of my website and you’ll have access to a number of different Google Forms that you are free to take a copy of for yourself.

Randy Fairfield, MEd and MBA, is a teacher and consultant in the Richland School District in Eastern Washington. He is also a Google for Education Certified Trainer, Edmodo Certified Trainer and Hapara Champion Trainer and Consultant.

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