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Finally, whether or not our method improves teaching effectiveness across a diverse group of instructors is an empirical question that requires future research. While we have had a positive experience using the method, both through better formative feedback and improved end-of-term SETs, these results may not be generalizable to all instructors. REFERENCES Accounting Education Change Commission (April, 1993). Evaluating and rewarding effective teaching. Issues Statement No. 5. Torrance, CA. , & Cross, P.
G. , 1996, p. 54) students are most effective in evaluating the following: (1) Instructors' Presentation Skills - whether the instructor stimulates students' interest and active participation - whether the instructor responded to student questions - whether the instructor was enthusiastic about the course - perceived level of professionalism in the class (2) Pedagogical Methods - perceived value of group activities - perceived learning value of exams, tests, projects, etc. - perceived link between exams, tests, etc.
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