## GUIDELINES FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF SECTION 202.15 AND 202.170
FOR COURSES WHICH ARE TEAM-TAUGHT AND/OR STACKED

**TEAM-TAUGHT COURSES**

*Counting of Courses*

If a Member is responsible for 50% or more of a team-taught course, that
Member shall count this as a full course in determining the number of
evaluations to submit to satisfy Section 202.15. For example, if a Member
taught four full courses, was responsible for 50% of each of two
team-taught courses and 75% of another team-taught course, the Member
would count seven courses for Section 202.150 and would need to evaluate
four courses for the purpose of personnel decisions. Or, if a Member
taught four full courses, was responsible for 50% of each of two
team-taught courses and 20% of another team-taught course, the Member
would count six courses for Section 202.150 and would need to evaluate
three courses for the purpose of personnel decisions.
*Evaluation by Students*

Students will evaluate only those members who were responsible for 50% or
more of the course. There would be, therefore, no more than two student
evaluations involved in a team-taught course. When two Members do divide
responsibility equally, 50% to each, there will be separate evaluations
for each Member.

**STACKED COURSES**

For the purpose of these protocols, STACKED COURSES are courses which
have different course numbers, often different titles, and different
course descriptions and expectations, but which are taught by the same
instructor in the same time frame, quite commonly in the same room. One
of the most frequently occurring examples is a studio course in the Art
Department, in which students from the 1xxx to the 5xxx levels all study,
e.g., printmaking, in the same time frame. The projects are
individualized, and the expectations are quite different at the various
levels, but for workload purposes,
the sections are all counted as one to determine contact hours.
*Counting of Courses*

Each set of stacked courses, taught as described above, shall count as a
single course for the purpose of determining the number of courses
necessary to evaluate for personnel decisions as per Section 202.150.

*Number of Student Evaluations*

The students enrolled at all levels in a set of stacked classes will be
surveyed as if they were all enrolled in a single course. Where the call
number is required to be completed on the forms, the call number for only
one of the sections will be used; all students will use that number.