The link at the bottom brings up a list of sections that were taught by that prof, showing what work has been done already.
A list of students for that section comes up, showing existing ratings as red numbers beside the drop-downs (this is so they don't get submitted again). I obviously redacted the names and IDs. The skills are shown across the top (more on that below). The drop-down menus can be used to make new ratings.
Once submitted, a report on current results is shown instantly, including graphs generated using the Google Chart Tools API, which is very cool. An example is shown below. If you click on the image source you'll see the google code that defines it. Basically, the graph is defined by the url, with parameters specified by the documentation you can find online.
The graph below shows results for Analytical/Deductive, with N=130. The bars are percentages, showing how the responses are distributed across the range "developmental" to "graduate." The small numbers at the top are the average number of credit hours in that category. Take a look.
I also report out which disciplines have done the reporting.
Here's the key at the bottom of the survey.
|Analytical/Deductive||Ability to learn facts, processes, theory, language and terminology, and apply those correctly in cases of increasing sophistication. For example, following formulas with deductive reasoning: going from general statements to specific application.|
|Creative/Inductive||Ability to reason inductively, from specific to general, showing increasingly sophisticated insights. Demonstrate the production of new knowlege, formulas, theory, language or terminology. Able to use trial and error to solve problems non-deductively. Usually a strong analytic/deductive base is required in order to understand problems an check solutions.|
|Writing Effectiveness||Formal writing in the context of the course or discipline.|
|Speaking Effectiveness||Formal speech and use of language in the context of the course or discipline.|
|Effort||Expenditure of time and energy in a good-faith effort to succeed.|
|Developmental||Not performing at the level we would expect of incoming freshmen.|
|Fresh-Soph||Performing at the level we would expect of a first or second year student.|
|Jr-Sr||Performing at the level we would expect of a third or fourth year student.|
|Graduate||Performing at the level we expect of our graduates.|
|General:||Only rate students you have something to say about. Rate only skills you think you can say something about. You do not need to have taught them writing (for example) to rate their writing, if you have seen it. If you have no opinion, leave it blank.|