What can I learn from feedback data

Date and time: March 9th, 12:15 – 13:15

Location: ETH Hönggerberg, HPT C 103

What can I learn from feedback data? Enhancing teaching through evaluations

Teaching evaluations are a much-debated aspect of teaching and learning. This is exactly why this Refresh Teaching event pulls them into the limelight.

Reflection of personal teaching experience provides important insights for teachers (Kreber, 2002). Teaching evaluations are a source of quantitative and qualitative data about teaching and learning in our classrooms and represent an opportunity for teachers to resolve questions and hypotheses about their practice. Our speakers share their approaches to analyzing feedback data and the insights they gained from exploring open comments and closed ended questions. In particular, they address the following questions:

  • How can teaching evaluation data inspire reflective teaching practice?
  • How can open comments be analysed and interpreted?

List of references:
Bertiaume, D., Lanarès, J., Jacqmot, C., Winer, L., & Rochat, J.-M. (2011). L’évaluation des enseignements par les étudiants (EEE) Une stratégie de soutien au développement pédagogique des enseignants? Recherche et Formation, 67.
Kreber, C. (2002). Teaching Excellence, Teaching Expertise, and the Scholarship of Teaching. Innovative Higher Education, 27(1), 5–23.


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