Department Self-Esteem and Attitudes towards Student Evaluations of Teachers

Bhaugeerutty Vinod Sharma


Evaluation is an important part of education process at school. It plays a significant role in the development of school culture. This document deals with the terms connected with the evaluation process in teaching. It studied department self-esteem and attitudes towards student’s evaluations of teaching in Mauritian secondary schools. The aim was to examine their opinions and attitudes to evaluation. Furthermore, the researcher tried to identify variables which could be linked to positive or negative attitudes towards evaluation. After several years of teaching experiences the researcher has tried to connect educators’ attitudes towards evaluation in their classrooms, whereas other examined factors showed no significant differences in educators’ attitudes.

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