STUDENT EVALUATION OF TEACHERS AND TEACHING
A LIMITED BIBLIOGRAPHY
Louise B. Echols
Bulletin No. 64
Bureau of Educational Research
University of Florida
College of Education
This bibliography has been compiled in order to make
material available for students who wish to study students'
evaluation of teachers and their teaching. The sources of
information used in this limited bibliography are: Education
Index, January, 19O0, through May, 1948; Supervisors of Student
Teaching, February 24 and 25, 1936; National Association of
Supervisors of Student Teaching, December, 1944; School Review,
January, 1921, April, 1922, May, 1923, and October, 1928; and
Elementary School Journal, May, 1920. Whenever available,
short annotations pertinent to the topic are included. The
reader will find references listed according to author, title,
volume, pages, and issue. For those unfamiliar with the
abbreviated forms of references to periodicals, the full names
'. will be found listed in "List of Periodicals Indexed" in
Education Index.--L. B. E.
Student Evaluation of Teachers and Teaching
A Limited Bibliography
Albert, H. R.--Analysis of Teacher Rating by Pupils in San Antonio, Texas
Ed. Adm. and Sup., 27:267-4, April, 1941.
Amster, A.--What is Your Hooper Rating? Bus. Ed. World, 26:556-7, June, 1946.
Bacon, C. S.--School At the Crossroads. New York State Ed., 32:10-12+, Oct. 1944.
Barr, A. S.--Heasurement and Prediction of Teaching Efficiency. Bibliog. R.
Ed. Res,, 13:218-23, June, 1943.
Biber, B. and Snyder A.--How Do We Know A Good Teacher? Illustration Childh,
Ed., 24:280-5, Feb. 1948.
Bowman, E. C.--Pupil Ratings of Student Teachers. Ed. Adm. and Sup., 20:141-6,
Feb., 1934. Revised. Ind. Univ. Sch. Bul., 11:28-37, Dec. 1934. An
interesting study of the pupil ratings and effects of the ratings--not
conclusive but stimulating.
Boycc, R. B. and Bryan, R. C.--To What Extent Do pupils' Opinions of Teachers
Change in Later Years? J. Ed. Res. 37:698-705, May, 1944h
Brookman, V. B.--Person-Person Interaction Between Teachers and Pupils and
Teaching Effectiveness. Bibliog. footnotes. J. Ed. Res., 34:272-87,
Browne, A. D.--Effective Teaching. Sierra Ed. News. 36:13, March, 1940.
Bryan, R. C.--Benefits Reported by Teachers 'ho Obtained written Student
Reactions. Bibliog. f., Ed. Adm. & Sup. 28:69-75, Jan., 1942.
Bryan, R. C.--Eighty-six Teachers Try Evaluating Student Reactions to Them-
selves. Ed. Adm. and Sup. 27:513-26, Oct., 1941.
Bryan, R. C.--Evaluation of Student Reactions to Teaching Procedures, Paper,
Western Michigan Col. of Ed. Graduate Division, Kalamazoo; Excerpts,
Phi Delta Kappan, 27:46-7+, Oct. 1945; Sch. Review, 53:510-11, Nov., 1945.-
Bryan, R. C,--Opinions of teachers Held by Former Pupils. Bibliog. f.
Sch. R. 51:555-61, Nov., 1943.
Bryan, R. C.--Reliability, Validity, and Needfulness of Written Student
Reactions to Teachers. Bibliog. f. Ed. Adm. and Sup. 27:655-65, Dec., 1941.
Bryan, R. C.--Why Student Reactions to Teachers Should be Evaluated.
Bibliog. f. Ed. Adm. and Sup. 27:590-603, Nov., 1941.
Camp, Cordella--Cross Section of Student Teachers' Evaluation of Their Own Teach-
ing. Ed. Adm. and Sup. 30:48-56, June, 1944. A summary of students'
analysis of outcomes of their work. It is pointed out that students need
much more adequate, definite and dependable means for judging outcomes.
_--Childref Survey Their Teachers. Sch. and Soc. 66:197, Sept, 33,1947,
Compton, R. K.--Student Evaluation of Knowing College Aptitude Test Score.
Journ! Ed. Psychol. 32:656-64, Dec., 1941.
Cooke, D. H. and McKee, C. 0.--Pupils Prefer Married Teachers. Illustration
School Executive, 9:22-3, April, 1940; Excerpts. Elementary School
Journal, 40:725-7, June, 1940.
Gripe, H. E.--Schoolmaster Hands Himself a Report Card, Wisconsin Journal
of Education, 73:43-4, Sept,, 1940,
Gripe, H. E.--When Pupils Rateo heir Teachers. Nations Sch, 40:51-2, Oct., 1947.
DiC, J. P,--Thirty-four lupiac RabL their Teachcro ClearinE Houae,
18:163-5, Nov,, 1943,
Dorlan, K. So--Teacher Gets a Report Card Too. Progressive Education,
24:58-9+, Nov., 1946.
Elvira, Sister Mary--Student Opinion on Methods of Teaching. Ed, Adm. and
Sup. 32:74-86, Feb., 1946.
Emery, J. N.--Footprints in Concrete. Sch. Executive, 63:36-7, Jan., 1944
.--Evaluation of Teaching at Brooklyn College, Sch, and Soc.,
65:102, Feb. 8, 1947.
Ferguson, H. and Honde, H. O,--Improving Teaching Personality by Pupil Rating,
Sch. R. 50:439-43, Je., 1942.
Fink, M--Student Rating of the Teacher, Neb. Ed. Journal, 21:265~+ Oct., 1941.
Gray, Wm. S,--Rating Scales, Self-Analysis, and the Improvement of Teaching.
The School Review, Vol. XXIX, January, 1921.
Gregg, E. L.--As Others See Use Bsns4 Ed. World, 26:407-9, Apr., 1946.
Groff, W. K.--Would You Like to Know what Your Pupils Think of You?
Ohio Sch., 23:220, May, 1945.
Hallman, Malcolm S.--Self-appraisal an Aid To Better Teaching. Nations Schools,
33:25-6, Feb., 1944. A description of how a group of public-school
teachers, through discussion, constructed a scale for self-evaluation,
and used that scale to the end of better teaching.
Harris, L. H.--Device for Student Evaluation of a Course. Jun. Col. J.,
16:16-20, S., 1945,
Hart, F. W.--Teachers and Teaching by 10,000 High School Seniors, MacMillan,.
1934: Data collected by author from high school seniors.
Harvey, M. J.--As Our Pupils See Us. Tox. Outl., 25:62, Aug., 1941l
Holland, H. -Pupils Report-Cards on Teachers. Sierra Ed. News, 39:19, Apr., 1943.
* Hulse, M. t.--Student Rating of Teachers in Service As a Teacher-Training
Device. Ed. Adm. and Sup., 26:1-12, Jan,, 190.,
SKandol, I. L.--Students Evaluating Instructors. Scho and Soc., 67:212-13,
March 20, 19h8-
Karch, R. Ro-Quiz Based on the Instructor, Ind. Arts and Voc, Ed.,
28:264-5, Sepct 939,
Kowalczyk, A.--StudeonL '-7 .-ise the Instructor, Journal of Chemical Education,
17:60-9, Feb., 19C,
LaBrant, L. L.--An Evaluation cf Free Reading in Grades 10-11-12, Contributions
to Education. No, 2, Graduate School Series. Ohio State Univ. Press, 1936.
Lucie, William H. and Mead, Cyrus D.--An Investigation of Children's Pre-
ferences for Modern Pictures. The Elementary School Journal, Vol. 39,
May, 1939, pp. 678-89,
McClusky, H. Y.--Mary Swanson-Teacher. Ed. Leadership, 3:273-6, March, 1946.
Max, H. J.--Experience in Appraisalo Ed. Adm. and Sup., 29:505-7, Nov., 1943.
Mesics, E. A.--Let Your Pupils Rate You. J. Ed., 122:306, Dec,, 1939.
Moore J. E.--Annoying Habits of High School Teachers. Peabody J. Ed.,
18:161-4, Nov., 1940,
Nanninga, S, P.--Estimates of teachers in Service Made by Graduate Students
as Compared With Estimates Made by Principal and Assistant Principal.
School Review, 36:622-26, October, 1928. There is a tendency for the raters
to agree on the teachers and their ratings..
Owen, E.--Odi et ano, Sch. and Soc., 54:253-5, Sept..27, 19b1.
Oxenhorn, J. ,.--'hat ill Your Pupils Say? H. Sch, Jo, 24:256-8, Oct., 1941.
Pederson, C. A.--Should Students Evaluate the Effectiveness of Instructors?
Bibliog.f. Bus. Ed. World, 22:663-6, April, 1942,
_.--Pupils Prefer Charges. Nations Schools, 26:64, Sept., 1940.
Rommers, H. H.--Appraisal of College Teaching Through Ratings and Student
Opinion. Bibliog. (In National Society of College Teachers of Education.
Yearbook, 22. p. 227-0).
Richardson, J. W.--Pupil Bites Teachers. Clearing House, 17:168, Nov., 1942,
Robbins, F. G.--Student Reactions to Teacher Personality Traits. Ed. Adm.
g and Sup., 30:241-6, iApril, 1944.
Rugg, H. 0..-Self-improvement of Teachers Through Self-rating: A New Scale
for Rating Teachers' Efficiency. Elementary School Journal, 20:670-8),
May, 1920,. Summarizes the chief features of the various schemes for
rating the efficiency of teachers and suggests administrative devices
by which self-improvement can be effected through self-rating9 Presents
an elaborate form for "a rating scale for judging teachers in service."
Schneider, F.---.ore Than An Academic Question. Bibliog, #L, 1945 Pestalozzi
Press, (1)j r-.- i.d Av-, Berkeley 8, Calif.)
Schneider, F --St.';: ; ~.:ine Their Professors, Paper 350, Pestalozzi Press,
1939; (1:-21 i:2-41 :-, 1-- rkley, Calif,)
Sherman, M. A'---This Yo .-, Lc-:'s Take Inventory of Ourselves J Bsns. Ed. World,
27:.62--h, June, iu!7, Siac cond., Sch. Eanag,, 17:12-13, Oct., 1947.
Spencer, Supt, P. R.--.' Self-Rating Score-Card for High School Principals.
School R3v,--.pril, 1922 (published). School R;v,,--Vol, XXXT: 326 (May, 1923)
Svwanson, F, and Jenkins, R. L.--From the Other Side of the Teacher's Desk.
II,. Nat, Ed. Ass'nc. J., 31:215-16, o', 19U2.
Taba, H,.--Social Sensitivity, Bulletin No, 6, Progressive Education Association.
8 Year Study. Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
.--They did Succeed. Ed. Outlook, 21:101-39, March, 1947.
Tiedeman, S, Co--Study of Pupil-Teacher Relationship. Bibliogo f., Journ. Ed.
Res., 35:657-64, May, 1942.
Trillingham, C. C.--,,s Secondary Students See the Teacher, Calif. J. Sec. Ed.,
15:366-7, Oct., 1940.
Troycr, Maurice E.--Self-Evaluation in Teacher Education, J. Ed. Res.,
35:528-5$3, 1arch, 1942, An article stressing the importance of self-
evaluation by the student-teacher, with the professor of education, super-
visor, or evaluation aepcrt, as a resource person whose responsibility is
that of helping thI learner to identify his ovw strengths and weaknesses
and to plan accordingly for professional growth.
Tuttle, Prof. H. S.--Dept. of Ed. Pacific Univ.. a Self-Rating Score-Card
for High School Principals. School Rev. Vol. XXXI: 327-330 (iMay 1923).
Tyson, R.--Grades Through Students' Eyes. J. id., 124:126-7j, Apr., 1941.
(Same cond., Ed. Digest, 7:24., Sept., 1941.)
Vachon, E. J.--How Am I Doing? J. Ed. 125:50, Feb., 1942.
Vachon, E. J.--Supts, Pupils Cheer for the Personality Teacher. N. Scho,
31:4l, Jan., 1943.
Waples, Dt.--Evaluation of Reading. Progressive Educ, Assoc, Bulletin 4,
8 Year Study. Jan,, 1936. Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
Ward, W. D. and Others--Training of Teaching-Personality by Means of Student- ii
SRatings. Bibliog. f. Sch. and Soc., 53:189-92, Feb. 8, 1941.
Withington, R,--On Judgment and Grades, Anm, ss'n. Univ. Prof. Bul. 30:557-68,
S Deccmbur, 194..
Witty, P. A.--Teachor W4ho Has Holpod Me Most. El. Engl., 21:315-54, Oct., 1917.