Measuring Teaching Performance

Measuring Teaching Performance,10.1007/978-94-007-1116-7_9,Keith Trigwell

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This chapter is concerned with the place of teaching and learning in university ­rankings – both global and national. As a key component of core university business, teaching and learning should be a key component of any ranking exercise, but this is mostly not so. For example, of the two principal global university rankings, only the QS Times Higher Education ‘World University Rankings’ includes an attempt (and a mediocre one at that) to measure aspects of teaching and learning. The ‘Academic Ranking of World Universities’ compiled by the Shanghai Jiao Tong University Institute of Higher Education (SJTI) group focuses mainly on research performance. At the national level, the inclusion of indicators of teaching and learning in ranking calculations are more common, but the focus is still heavily on research indicators.
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