Teaching and unit evaluation
Evaluation of learning, teaching and curriculum can take several forms, suited to a range of purposes. The purpose of evaluation may be formative (focused on providing information for reflection and development) or summative (focused on evaluation of performance).
The findings of evaluation processes inform our assessment of where we are succeeding and where we have opportunities for improvement.
Student feedback plays an important role in this process, enabling University teachers and leaders to obtain information about the student experience at several levels, linking it to reflective practice, action, and quality enhancement.
The Student experience surveying Policy, Procedure and Schedule govern and inform evaluation of learning, teaching and curriculum.
Further information regarding the evaluation of teaching and units can be found below.
Teaching and unit evaluation methods
Information about, and resources to support, methods for evaluating learning, teaching and curriculum.
Student survey cycle
All you need to know about planning, ordering, promoting, interpreting and responding to student feedback surveys about your teaching and/or unit(s)
Order student feedback surveys
Order your online student feedback surveys here.
Questions? Contact the TEDS team via firstname.lastname@example.org