Finally, the leaders of a profession define the values and priorities of that profession, and their support carries considerable weight. The National Academy of Engineering (NAE), engineering societies, and other stakeholders can provide valuable support by emphasizing the benefits of evaluating teaching and learning. Leaders of NAE and other societies should put forward statements indicating the need for quality teaching that can transform students from vessels of knowledge into sophisticated seekers and users of knowledge.
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