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How to use the self-evaluation tool

This self-evaluation tool consists of a tick-box questionnaire.

Questions are grouped under a series of headings concerning the design and delivery of teaching, learning, and assessment.

You are asked to respond to questions by ticking the relevant boxes, and based on your answers a report including suggestions, resources, and templates to enhance inclusion will be created.

 

For each question three possible responses are available:

  • Yes: You are confident that you / your programme / your module is engaged in a specific activity.
  • Unsure:You are unsure if you / your programme / your module is engaged in a specific action or you feel that you are unqualified to answer with regards the programme / module as a whole.
  • No:You / your programme / your module is not currently engaged in this activity.

A text box is also provided for each question. You may wish to include further details in this section as an aide memoir.

 

Student feedback

It is recommended that you seek student feedback as part of the evaluation process.

Participants during the pilot process in 2009-10 reported that seeking student feedback was a very beneficial exercise and led to new understanding of the students' overall academic experience. Staff testimonials and draft questionnaires for student feedback.

 

Report

Once the questionnaire is completed your answers will be collated into one comprehensive, succinct summary report with suggestions for future action. View a sample report from a fictional science programme (Word, 39kb).

 

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Last updated 22 September 2016 by Trinity Inclusive Curriculum (Email).