Title

Student performance and student evaluation of instruction: moderating effect of faculty type

Abstract/Description

This study examines the effect of students’ grades on faculty evaluation and assesses the moderating role of the faculty type. We analyze this using data for 527 quantitative and 473 qualitative courses offered at a public sector business school over the period from 2016 to 2021.

The given study adds to the existing literature on the impact of student’s grades on faculty evaluation and the data reflects a strong and significant correlation between student’s grades and faculty evaluation in all cases. The control variables were course type, core and elective, and class size. The core courses have lower faculty evaluations as compared to electives and the reason is the interest of the students as they are forcefully required to take core courses whereas electives are self-selected by students. Also, the results show that as the class size increases it negatively impacts the faculty evaluation. The discussion then entails on the factors that influence the faculty evaluation by studying the moderating role of faculty type in relationship between faculty evaluation and student’s grade, for both quantitative and qualitative courses.

Track

Management

Session Number/Theme

Session 2D: Leadership and Management

Session Chair

Dr. Muhammad Ayaz, Institute of Business Administration, Karachi

Start Date/Time

23-6-2022 3:30 PM

End Date/Time

23-6-2022 3:50 PM

Location

Crystal Ball Room, Marriott Hotel, Karachi

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Student performance and student evaluation of instruction: moderating effect of faculty type

Crystal Ball Room, Marriott Hotel, Karachi

This study examines the effect of students’ grades on faculty evaluation and assesses the moderating role of the faculty type. We analyze this using data for 527 quantitative and 473 qualitative courses offered at a public sector business school over the period from 2016 to 2021.

The given study adds to the existing literature on the impact of student’s grades on faculty evaluation and the data reflects a strong and significant correlation between student’s grades and faculty evaluation in all cases. The control variables were course type, core and elective, and class size. The core courses have lower faculty evaluations as compared to electives and the reason is the interest of the students as they are forcefully required to take core courses whereas electives are self-selected by students. Also, the results show that as the class size increases it negatively impacts the faculty evaluation. The discussion then entails on the factors that influence the faculty evaluation by studying the moderating role of faculty type in relationship between faculty evaluation and student’s grade, for both quantitative and qualitative courses.