Financial Rewards for Successful Teaching?

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Checkout a post on edwired, T. Mills Kelly’s blog about all things education, history, and digital.  Kelly notes that while end-of-semester course surveys have gotten better, they still do not focus enough on assessing what student’s learned.  Further, Texas A&M University is considering offering “successful” instructors monetary incentives to improve teaching performance.  Click here to read all about it.