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Sera conference 2012 student evaluations - making them work


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A presentation for SERA 2012 by Lawry Price.

A presentation for SERA 2012 by Lawry Price.

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  • 1. “Student Evaluations – making them work” Lawry Price Roehampton University, London Accompanying paper
  • 2. The student experienceIn pursuit of a quality student experience…….The use of a MODULE EVALUATION QUESTIONNAIRE(standardised and institutional-wide) focused on -1. Me and this module2. The quality of teaching/supervision of this module3. The assessment and feedback of the module4. Academic support during this module5. The way the module was organised and managed6. Learning resources relating to the module7. Additional questions (provided by the lecturer/module leader)8. Overall satisfaction with the module9. Additional Q’s on adjustments and a free text section
  • 3. Planning & Organisation• Relationship to the university’s Learning, Teaching & Assessment Strategy• Established policy in preceding year• Selection of 9 distinctive areas of questioning• Planning/Steering group established• Pilot study across two departments• Process established – implemented Autumn 2011
  • 4. Your opportunities to give feedback• MODULE • Programme rep EVALUATION report to Programme Board How might you Are you learning suggest we in a way which is enhance the effective for you programme at this stage? overall? Looking What is the first back, how year experience satisfied are you like? Have our with your changes to university assessment for experience? example worked?• National • University Student Survey surveys, informal (final year) feedback, results
  • 5. Why evaluate modules?• Gives you the opportunity to tell us: – what you think about your module – what you thought was particularly good – what you think could be enhanced• Information provided used to: – enhance modules – understand more about your experience – evaluate student responses to changes made Anonymous - so please answer questions honestly
  • 6. The evaluation forms…….Were of benefit to -• The university as a whole• Individual Departments• Programmes, Module leaders, individual tutors• Students• Planners at central university level
  • 7. Outcomes & Lessons Learnt• Integrity of the results• Usefulness of specific feedback at different levels• Students (and staff) buy-in that it is “truly anonymous” (Privacy Policy)• Ongoing review specifically around question phrasing• Organisation and management of the process key to success
  • 8. Contact Lawry