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What are some examples of teacher evaluation comments?

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Typical teacher evaluation comments provide rankings that reflect the teacher's skills in the classroom, including the quality of her lectures and her expertise at grading. Both southeastern.edu and ecademy.agnesscott.edu provide varieties of teacher evaluation comments as of 2015.

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Some categories in the evaluation process include dependability, which details the teacher's ability to do the desired amount of work, and cooperativeness, which details the teacher's willingness and ability to work with others in a professional setting. The criteria scale for these categories ranges from the extremely positive to the extremely negative. Sometimes, an "N/A" is used in situations where the category was not observed or a special exception was made.

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