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Identifying Exemplary Teachers and Teaching: Evidence from Student Ratings1

  • Kenneth A. Feldman
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College teaching dimensions of teaching exemplary teaching student ratings of instruction reliability and validity teaching myths vs. research evidence faculty evaluation faculty development 

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