A Fuzzy Evaluation Model of College English Teaching Quality Based on Analytic Hierarchy Process
The evaluation of English teaching quality in colleges mainly faces two problems: the evaluation index system (EIS) is incomplete, and the evaluation model cannot easily handle complex fuzzy indices. To solve the problems, this paper explores deep into the fuzzy evaluation of college English teaching quality, and establishes a fuzzy evaluation model of college English teaching quality based on analytic hierarchy process (AHP). Firstly, theoretical analysis was combined with model calculation to create an improved multi-angle EIS for college English teaching quality. From both quantitative and qualitative analyses, a college English teaching quality evaluation model was constructed to handle fuzzy indices. Implementation results show that the proposed EIS and fuzzy evaluation model can effectively assess the quality of English teaching in colleges. The research results greatly promote the quality improvement of college English teaching.
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