Section 6.7 Examples of Impact of SET on Teaching

Section 6.7 Examples of Impact of SET on Teaching

Section 6.7 Examples of Impact of SET on Teaching

The following provide examples of successful/innovative uses of SET systems on teaching:

Kember, Leung, & Kwan (2002): A system where teachers are encouraged to devise their own ways of evaluating their teaching innovations.


Barrie, Ginns, & Prosser (2005): The successful collaboration of formative & summative approaches


Giles, Martin, Bryce, & Hendry (2004): Designed and evaluated an online module in collaboration with students.


Tucker, Jones, & Straker (2008): Developed a flexible unit questionnaire


Activity 6.7

Based on these/other relevant examples, what are the key components for a successful SET system?

How can summative and formative systems work effectively in tandem?

Submit your answers


Resources

Kember, D., Leung, D.Y.P. & Kwan, K.P. (2002). Does the use of student feedback questionnaires improve the overall quality of teaching? Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education 27:5, 411-425

Barrie , S.C. , Ginns P., and Prosser, M. (2005). Early impact and outcomes of an institutionally aligned, student focused learning perspective on teaching quality assurance. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education , 30, 641-656

Giles, A., Martin, S. C., Bryce, D. & Hendry, G. D. (2004). Students as partners in evaluation: Student and teacher perspectives. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 29(6), 681 - 685.

Tucker, B., Jones, S., & Straker, L. (2008). Online student evaluation improves Course Experience Questionnaire results in a physiotherapy program. Higher Education Research and Development, 27(3), 281-296


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