Teaching Fellowships

S-800, Ph.D. in Education Proseminar (Fall 2014)
Jal Mehta, Associate Professor of Education

Teaching Fellow Evaluation: 2014

H-175, GoodWork in Education: Where Excellence, Ethics, and Engagement Meet (Fall 2011, 2012, 2013)
Howard Gardner, John H. and Elisabeth A. Hobbs Professor of Cognition and Education

Teaching Fellow Evaluations: 201320122011

L-300, Ed.L.D. Residency (Full Year 2013-2014, 2014-2015)
Elizabeth City, Lecturer on Education and Faculty Director of the Doctor of Education Leadership Program

No course evaluations

H-611A/611B, Moral Adults: Moral Children (Spring 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014)
Richard Weissbourd, Senior Lecturer on Education and Director of the Human Development & Psychology Program

Teaching Fellow Evaluations: 2014A2014B2013A2013B
(Note: Course was divided into two large lecture sections and discussions included students from both sections, which is why there are two evaluations for each year. I am happy to provide evaluations for earlier years as requested).

S-030, Intermediate Statistics: Applied Regression and Data Analysis (Spring 2012)
Andrew Ho, Professor of Education

Teaching Fellow Evaluations: 2012

A-801, Educational Policy Analysis and Research Utilisation in Comparative Perspective (Fall 2010, 2011)
Fernando Reimers, Ford Foundation Professor of International Education and Director of the International Education Policy Program

Teaching Fellow Evaluation: 2011
(Note: I no longer have the evaluation for 2010 on file, but I can request it.)

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Cumulative teaching fellow (TF) evaluations (2011-2014)

Mean scores on all Teaching Fellow course evaluations (n=105), where 1=”None of the time” and 5=”All of the time”

TF has a good understanding of the subject matter


TF was an effective discussion leader


TF was able to answer my questions


TF provided timely feedback on course assignments


TF provided helpful feedback on course assignments


TF was accessible to students outside of class


TF responded to students respectfully