The Johns Hopkins School of Education uses an online tool called EvaluationKit for participant evaluations of its courses. Participants are strongly encouraged to complete the course evaluations, as they are a vital tool in the school’s ongoing efforts to improve instructional quality and strengthen its programs.
Participants will receive an email, sent to their official Johns Hopkins School of Education email address, near the end of a course. Please note that it is the Johns Hopkins School of Education’s policy to send all email communications to a participant’s official school email address, rather than to personal or work email addresses. The email will include a link to the online course evaluation survey. Thereafter, participants will be sent periodic email reminders until the course evaluation is completed or the deadline for completing the evaluation has passed. Participants will also see prompts to complete the evaluation when logging into Blackboard.
The results of the course evaluations are anonymous – an instructor will only receive aggregated data and comments for the entire class, and will not be able to view individual responses.
Participants who are having difficulty accessing course evaluations, who have not received an email notification about a course evaluation, or who have any questions in general about the course evaluation process should contact: [email protected].