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Increasing Your Eval Scores

By Beth Sunny
Posted Friday, December 3, 2004

To ensure you get 100% on your computer training evals, read this helpful tip...

Normally, on instructor evaluation sheets, there is a question about the material that was covered during the course. At the end of the class the student may have forgotten much of the material. This has much more to do with the student's ability to absorb the new material versus the instructor's ability to cover the material in a concise manner.

To ensure you get 100% on your evals, do a 15-minute review at the end of class. With marker in hand, stand at a white board or flip chart and ask the entire class what they learned. As students shout out answers, write them on the board. If the class stalls, prompt them by saying something such as, "I remember something about tables. Did we cover tables?"

When you are satisfied that all the topics you covered are represented, stand back and look at the board. Say something like this, "Wow, you learned a lot today!" This will help them to remember all they have learned and will help your eval scores rise, too!

About the Author
Beth Sunny is a writer, publisher, and computer trainer. She owns Software Training Resources (STR), a courseware company known for their "QuickSteps to Learning" training manuals. STR launched an exciting web site in January of 2001. The web site is specifically for the Computer Training Industry - ( The site offers a place for individuals in the Computer Training Industry a place to advertise their business, correspond with others in the industry, find training products, and discover software tips and read great articles relating to computer training. Visit the site today! (


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