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  • Ignorant to allow adolescents the opportunity to evaluate authority

    Adolescents are about one thing... Getting what they want. This is a normal part of development and their brains are not equipped to separate 'what they want' from 'what they actually need'. They don't appreciate or even recognize rigor and personal responsibility. Anyone who takes the critique of a teenager is silly!

  • Students should evaluate teachers

    Because since teachers can be mean and the principal won't know about it bc he/she has no comments to base the teacher off of. Then, also, teacher can improve by reading feedback, so that helps too. Teachers cannot be hypocrites if the principal get comments about that teacher saying what he/she is doing.

  • Students should evaluate teachers

    Because since teachers can be mean and the principal won't know about it bc he/she has no comments to base the teacher off of. Then, also, teacher can improve by reading feedback, so that helps too. Teachers cannot be hypocrites if the principal get comments about that teacher saying what he/she is doing.

  • Feedback can help teachers to improve

    If a teacher receives feedback from their students, that can help them to improve. Students can tell teachers what they can improve, what they should keep doing and what they should avoid. Based on the students' opinions, teachers can improve and be better, it would be a lot more easier for teachers to improve if they get feedback.

  • Give them a Voice!

    Students deserve a voice. In addition, it will allow them to have influence over the educational process. "Influence" has been determined as one of the main factors in workplace satisfaction. Being a student is a job. This will build more ownership in our students.
    As for the concern that children will give negative scores to teachers who give them low marks: effective teachers should offer consistent communication and feedback to students about their progress. If they do so, most students will be fair with evaluations. When teachers fail to update grade books and give regular feedback, they are not doing the job properly and should receive negative evaluations related to this.
    If evaluations are given across the board, results will average out. There may always be outliers. This happens in post secondary as well. Ultimately, the pros outweigh the cons.

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  • Ignorant to allow adolescents the opportunity to evaluate authority

    Adolescents are about one thing... Getting what they want. This is a normal part of development and their brains are not equipped to separate 'what they want' from 'what they actually need'. They don't appreciate or even recognize rigor and personal responsibility. Anyone who takes the critique of a teenager is silly!

  • Students are not trained to do it properly and to separate objectivity from emotions

    A lot of students in the country where I work see the evaluation as a way of "getting back" at the teacher. We deal with students who have almost zero accountability and feel they are "entitled" to a good mark, regardless of whether they actually work. In their understanding, a good teacher is the one who gives them high marks, has almost no expectations of their performance, doesn't give any homework etc. If a teacher is strict, follows the rules and expects students to do the same, he/she almost always scores badly on evaluations.

  • I say no

    I think that students shouldn't be able to rate their teachers because the students would not be fair and true about the rating. The rating would high for a teacher that is one students favorite teacher, but the rating would be low for the one students disliked teacher. The rating would be misused and would provide principals of schools false information about the teachers. The right use would be saying yes or no to if they are teaching you what you need to know in the subject that the teacher is teaching. Therefore the students should not be able to rate their teachers.

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  • Students are not trained to do it properly and to separate objectivity from emotions

    A lot of students in the country where I work see the evaluation as a way of "getting back" at the teacher. We deal with students who have almost zero accountability and feel they are "entitled" to a good mark, regardless of whether they actually work. In their understanding, a good teacher is the one who gives them high marks, has almost no expectations of their performance, doesn't give any homework etc. If a teacher is strict, follows the rules and expects students to do the same, he/she almost always scores badly on evaluations.

  • Students should not be able to rate teachers

    Beacuase that kids who hate there teachers would rate there teachers unfarely. Also it goes the same way if someone loves the teachers they would be more compeled to say that they are the best teacher in the world when really the may not be the best teacher in the world.

  • No credibility by teenagers

    Teenagers are not credible enough to provide an extensive evaluation over the full breathe of duties, demands, and responsibilities that a HS Teacher must do. Legally how much merit and worth can a Teenager have especially if he or she does not deeply value the specific course or education entirely.

  • No credibility by teenagers

    Teenagers are not credible enough to provide an extensive evaluation over the full breathe of duties, demands, and responsibilities that a HS Teacher must do. Legally how much merit and worth can a Teenager have especially if he or she does not deeply value the specific course or education entirely.

  • No no no

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