(or other) sources should provide information on the performance of specific elements of teaching in each identified environment, as well as how that information should be weighted.
Table 4.2 shows an example how a faculty member might determine sources of information and how those data sources should be weighted. In this example, input from students counts for 25 percent, from peers 45 percent, from the department chair or supervisor 20 percent, and from the subject of the evaluation 10 percent. The “X’s” indicate the appropriate performance elements for which each source should provide information; cells highlighted in gray indicate that no data are to be gathered. The table also indicates the previously determined range (20 percent to 60 percent) for weighting teaching in the overall faculty evaluation.