Analysis of professors' evaluation in Actuarial Sciences program at La Salle University
Vergara Abascal Sherwell, Gabriela
Flores Gallegos, Diana Patricia
Jiménez Jiménez, Francisco Javier
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Professors’ performance measured through students’ evaluation in higher education has recently become very relevant. At La Salle University in Mexico City, each semester students provide feedback through online questionnaires in Institutional, Educative and Pedagogic areas. In this article we analyzed the evaluation of professors from Actuarial Sciences study program at the Business School for the August-December 2016 semester based on internal evaluation system SED 2.0. The results indicate that professors evaluated at highest positions in the overall evaluation not necessarily need to be evaluated at the highest positions in all three areas of the evaluation system. Moreover, the results reveal that elder male professors are generally better evaluated than younger professors or females.