- What was your favorite activity we did this year?
- What is your favorite way to receive new information?
- What do you wish we did more of in class?
- What was your least favorite activity we did this year?
- What is one thing you would change about Social Studies if you could?
- Is this teacher willing to admit his/her mistakes?
- Do you trust this teacher?
- List five words to describe this teacher:
(this is a fun one I ask so I can create a word cloud for the next year)
My favorite question on the evaluation is, “what advice would you give to new 7th graders on how to be successful in Mrs. Weber’s class?” This gives me good information to use at the start of the year last year. For some reasons, students take the advice from other students better than what I suggest. (Even though it ends up being the same thing…Shhh!)
The end of the year is always a good time to reflect on your teaching and look to make changes, what better way to do that, than asking the students you’ve been working for all year?!?
Need a few examples? Try these from Glenn Wiebe and get more rationale for student evals here: