Role of warmth and competence in the evaluation of teachers

V, Poorani, and Singh, Smita (2015) Role of warmth and competence in the evaluation of teachers. In: Abstracts from the Global Conference on Teaching and Learning with Technology. pp. 31-32. From: CTLT 2015: Global Conference on Teaching and Learning with Technology, 10-11 June 2015, Singapore.

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This study investigated the effect of student performance (ESP) and nature of student feedback (NSF) on student evaluation of teaching (SET) using 150 students (n =38 males, n = 112 females). They were randomly assigned to a 2 (NSF: Anonymous versus Non-anonymous) X 3 (ESP: Pass versus No results versus Fail) between-subjects factorial experimental design (n=30). Participants evaluated a video of a teacher teaching; using the Teacher Judgement Scale (TJS). TJS was developed following universal social judgment dimensions of warmth and competence. The primary hypothesis was accepted as participants rated the teacher as more competent than warm, thereby supporting the supremacy of competence in the evaluative domain for teaching. These findings, with technology, would be integral to prolonging SET's usage.

Item ID: 40293
Item Type: Conference Item (Abstract / Summary)
ISBN: 978-981-09-5764-3
Keywords: anonymity, assigned grades, social judgment, warmth, competence
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Date Deposited: 31 May 2016 01:37
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