Evaluate your teaching
There are several ways to evaluate your teaching. We recommend using a 360 approach as this allows you to consider feedback from students, peers and the Teaching Quality team, as well as reflect on your own teaching.
How are we doing? Well, let us hear it from the horse’s mouth. The Student Representatives provide us with great insights into our teaching performance.
Student feedback during semester
Receiving feedback during a semester can help you fine-tune your teaching. There are several techniques you have access to.
End-of-semester course evaluations are great for collecting feedback about your course. If you want feedback about a specific element, ask students to comment within the evaluation.
Regardless of what source or technique is used to evaluate your teaching, a considered analysis of the feedback received or a self-review is an insightful element of the evaluation process.
Evaluations of teaching should draw on multiple sources including participating with colleagues in peer reviewing teaching practices.
Taking a 360 approach to evaluating your teaching includes reaching out to colleagues, participating in a peer review and booking a teaching observation.