Developing your Student Evaluations

Getting feedback from students is a crucial component of any teaching practice: it allows us to monitor and help shape the student experience; it helps us to develop our teaching practice (and captured effectively, provides evidence of that good practice for our teaching portfolios, promotion portfolios, awards portfolios, and others); and student feedback provides valuable information for our programme teams so they may develop courses that better engage students - the number one factor in learning.

Below is a diagram designed to help you consider a few things - the value you place on student feedback, the evaluative practices you engage in to gather and respond to the student voice, and ways you might develop your student evaluation activities so that you and your team can better engage students in their learning.

This VEE diagram is not a curriculum, but a starting point. Use the questions to develop your thinking and discussions around student evaluation, and please feel free to contact us if you would like to develop your evaluative practice.

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