Course evaluations are oftentimes not taken seriously by students, and are filled out with little effort or attention. This is a major problem, because students' casual approach to evaluations prevents colleges from getting the information they need to improve courses and teaching styles.
Outline two ways colleges could incentivize their students to really put effort into filling out course evaluations. In 2-4 paragraphs, explain how these ideas would be implemented, and why they would motivate students to take course evaluations more seriously.
Criteria: The solutions that are either the most creative or the most feasible will be rewarded
|Sam Borrus Harvard University|
|Matt Bettonville Stanford University|
|Christian Perez Stanford University|
|Glenn Markov Stanford University|
|Imane Karroumi Harvard University|
|Cameron McDonald Stanford University|
|Arathi Mani The Ohio State University|
|Yuliia Aloshycheva The Ohio State University|
|Elise Guinee Cooper Stanford University|
|Patrick Mahoney Stanford University|