It’s always problematic when students rate an instructor’s performance, but that doesn’t mean their comments can’t be useful in your own teaching.
Given their many demonstrable and potential flaws, why would we still use these instruments to gather feedback on teaching and learning?
If students already think I’m a good teacher, doesn’t that mean that I am just "meeting expectations"?
Students try harder, and learn more, when your grading includes rewards, rather than just punishments.
In the end-of-the-semester crush, our students don’t do their best work in all-night cram sessions, and neither do we.