May 29, 2017 Evaluation
About Student Evaluation of Teaching and Learning
Student Evaluation of Teaching and Learning is conducted to provide evidence of the perception of students’ teaching and learning experiences in the university. The online-based evaluation is designed to capture students’ feedback on their perception of module, faculty and learning environment. The quantitative and qualitative feedbacks are analysed for evidence-based improvement to optimize the teaching and learning experiences.
- Module Evaluation - Module evaluation is conducted both on modular and semesterly basis across all undergraduates and postgraduate programmes. Modules are evaluated based on components such as organisation, learning resources, delivery and assessment & feedback. Module evaluation report encompasses the statistical output and structured qualitative comments (strengths and areas to improve).
- Faculty Evaluation - Faculty evaluation evaluates faculty members based on different roles that includes plenary (lecture) and facilitators (problem-based learning, clinical, skills and centres). The evaluation is conducted on modular and semester basis.
- Mentor Evaluation - Mentor evaluation is conducted once a year and evaluates mentorship role based on academic support, personal and social development, referral and communication.
- I-Barometer Survey - I-Barometer Survey is conducted biennially to measure the students’ satisfaction on the educational environment on four main domains namely arrival, learning, living and support. The results from the survey are triangulated with the module and faculty evaluation and guide the action plans to enhance students’ learning and teaching experiences.
Highlights of I-Barometer Survey 2017
Student Evaluation of Teaching and Learning Process Flow
The evaluation process flow is established to guide the sequential implementation from pre-evaluation until maintenance of evaluation reports
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