I had relatively little teaching experience to put on my applications sent out this fall. Since my evals from students were rather mixed in my first time teaching I didn't send them, but just mentioned a few of the more decent ratings in my teaching statement. In the semester that I just finished I did get excellent evals from students, though, and I am wondering if is a good idea to send these to the more teaching-oriented positions on my list. Especially since I've apparently been dropped/ignored by the more research-oriented schools…. (Only one school — mostly teaching though not exclusively — has been in contact with me at all.)
Does this sound like a good idea? is there any good way to frame this when I send it? I mean, if any of my papers under review get accepted I will send an update about that for sure, and include the teaching eval with it. But assuming that I won't hear anything definitive on those papers for a while, is it a good or bad idea to send the teaching eval alone? How do you do it? I mean to you just send the eval the way I received it or retype it into some narrative or table form?
Any advice is appreciated.