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ABSTRACT: Interview, Coding and Grounded theory are adopted to study the effect of emotions on expert rating scores in teaching evaluation. In teaching evaluation, various levels of teaching abilities induce different expert emotions, which, together with Emotion Display Rules will affect the rating scores. To improve the application of expert rating results, expert evaluation scores should be validated and experts should be trained on the rating criteria when the evaluation results are applied to teaching management.