Student Evaluation of Teaching (SET) is the most widely used method of evaluating teaching in higher education. Remaining not
researched enough and being not widely used in Turkey, this method has been conducted on 44 females and 127 males in total 171
students taking the courses Ethics of Teaching Profession (3 groups) and Individualized Instruction (2 groups ) electively in the first
semester of the 9th term of the Pedagogic Formation Certificate Program in 2018 Fall Semester at a state university in the central Anatolia
in order to determine participants perceptions about the course and the lecturers teaching performance during the lectures. A Course
Evaluation tool, familiar to the researcher, used by Webster University and whose cognates are heavily used in many universities in North
American context was translated into Turkish and used in the study.
According to the data, a great majority of the participants (93.5%) stated that the courses were useful, (95.9%) declared that they would
recommend the courses to their friends and even greater majority of the participants (96.5%) asserted their satisfaction with the courses
in general (excellent + very good). Although students who attended the Individualized Instruction course were observed to have higher
satisfaction levels compared to those taking Ethics of Teaching course, a significant difference was found in only nine out of the twentyseven
judgements by using Mann-Whitney U test.
According to the results of the study, both lessons have achieved their aims and managed to increase students awareness.