Learning from Research: Getting More from Your Data

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5.3
THE STAFF QUESTIONNAIRE
Tim knew precisely what information he needed in order to address his six research questions. Not everyone can claim to be so clear-headed but you have to remember that he had spent a great deal of necessary time on preliminary studies, refining his topic and eliminating irrelevancies and that investment of time paid dividends. We have spoken of 'the staff questionnaire' but in fact it has four main parts and three more subsections. They cover:
1. Staff background.
2. Characteristics of effective teaching:
Characteristics of effective teaching considered appropriate for students to evaluate.
Characteristics of effective teaching and their associated dimensions of teaching.
Staff perceptions of the five most and least important characteristics of effective teaching.
3. Staff confidence in the means of evaluation likely to be effective in improving teaching.
4. Potential biasing factors which may affect the reliability of student evaluation of teaching.

This is a very long questionnaire and Tim knew that his respond

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