It’s that time — three more weeks left in the school year!

As usual, one of the final activities students will be doing is completing anonymous evaluations of the class and me. I’ve written quite a bit about this process, and you can see all of those posts at The Best Posts On Students Evaluating Classes (And Teachers).

Also, as usual, I’ll be posting the unfiltered results, which I also share with my colleagues and administrators. I think that students tend to take the process a little more seriously when they realize that I make the results public. Interestingly enough, The Washington Post republished my report on the results from one of my tougher classes awhile back.

I’ve used various forms for these student evaluations, and you can download them in the previously mentions “Best” list. This year, though, I thought I’d do something different and, instead of looking at those previous sheets, I just created them from scratch.

Here is the form I’m using for my English Language Learner World History and U.S. History class, and here’s the one I’m using for my IB Theory of Knowledge class. I haven’t gotten around to creating one for my ELL English/Geography class, but will share it when it’s complete.

Take a look at what I’ve got, and feel free to share any suggestions for how I could make them better!