SET questionnaires

Students answer a questionnaire about the course and a separate questionnaire about each of their teachers on the course.

Students will see and answer the questions for the course, followed by a screen where they select their teachers and answer teacher evaluation questions.  

Students select teachers using teaching names and photographs where a photograph has been published on the University Directory.  They answer teaching questions for each of their teachers.

Supplementary or optional questions are not available.  There are no longer separate questionnaires for the evaluation of postgraduate, clinical, or general education courses.

Course evaluation questions

Students answer two types of questions: rated and open-ended.  On the rated questions, they indicate their agreement with the statement on a five-point Likert scale.  Open-ended questions ask for students' input.

Rated Questions

  1. The course content was well-organised
  2. The aims of this course were clear to me
  3. The resources (including digital resources) in this course heped me to learn
  4. I was clearly informed how my learning would be assessed
  5. Assessments supported the aims of this course
  6. I received helpful feedback on my learning progress
  7. I found this course intellectually stimulating
  8. This course helped me to develop my thinking skills (eg framing an enquiry, critical analysis, problem-solving)
  9. I was satisfied with the quality of the small-group teaching (eg tutorial, laboratory, seminar) associated with this course
  10. Overall I was satisfied with the quality of this course

Open-ended questions

  1. What was most helpful for your learning?
  2. What improvement(s) would you like to see?

 

Teaching evaluation questions

Again, students answer two types of questions: rated and open-ended.  On the rated questions, they indicate their agreement with the statement on a five-point Likert scale.  Open-ended questions ask for students' input.

Rated Questions

  1. [John Smith] was well-prepared for the lectures
  2. The objectives of the lectures were clearly explained
  3. [John Smith] explained concepts and answered questions in ways that I can understand
  4. [John Smith] used learning resources (including digital resources) in ways that supported my learning
  5. I found [John Smith] approachable
  6. [John Smith] inspired me to learn
  7. Overall, [John Smith] was an effective teacher

Open-ended questions

  1. What was most helpful for your learning?
  2. What improvement(s) would you like to see?