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Determining the Characteristics of the Ideal Professor: An Alternative Approach
Michael J. Subkoviak and Joel R. Levin
Journal of Educational Measurement
Vol. 11, No. 4 (Winter, 1974), pp. 269-276
Published by: National Council on Measurement in Education
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1434052
Page Count: 8
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In a recently conducted study it was found that an effective college teacher could be characterized chiefly in terms of "research," "teaching," and "service to the university." The present experiment corroborated these findings using a relatively unknown approach to data collection, analysis, and interpretation. A free-response method of data collection, in conjunction with nonmetric multidimensional scaling, produced results highly similar to those of the previous study. In addition, the solution permitted a straight-forward means of assessing the performance of individual faculty members.
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