澳洲某大学学生如何评老师? 精选

已有 6188 次阅读 2018-10-20 15:34 |系统分类:教学心得




1.       Expectations I was clearly informed about the learning objectives of this course

2.       Support The teaching staffs were available to help me with my learning

3.       Learning The activities of this course motivated me to learn

4.       Teaching The quality of teaching in this course helped me achieve the learning objectives

5.       Structure The various components of this course were linked in ways that supported my learning

6.       Organisation Overall, this course was well organised

7.       Resources The resources for this course helped me achieve the learning objectives

8.       Outcomes My knowledge and skills have developed as a result of studying this course

9.       Challenge This course challenged me in ways that extended my learning

10.   Assessment The assessment items were clearly related to the learning objectives

11.   Criteria The criteria for all assessment items were made clear.

12.   Feedback I received feedback that was helpful to my learning

13.   Relevance I am able to apply my learning from this course to my wider goals

14.   Self-Evaluation I made a consistent effort to succeed in this course

15.   Satisfaction Overall, I am satisfied with the quality of this course


1.       Knowledge This teacher knows the subject matter very well

2.       Communication This teacher explains things clearly

3.       Teaching This teacher uses effective teaching methods

4.       Motivation This teacher stimulates my interest in what they are teaching

5.       Learning This teacher makes an effort to support students' learning

6.       Professionalism This teacher is always prepared for teaching

7.       Satisfaction Overall, I am satisfied with the quality of this teacher's teaching practice



Hearing positive feedback from a student can make your day. Conversely a negative comment could ruin it. So when interpreting qualitative feedback it is important to keep these things in mind…

1.       Comments tend to come from the margins – students who are either very satisfied or very dissatisfied, however they nevertheless often provide valuable insights into how a course might be improved.

2.       Negative comments may not be reflective of the class experience. They may be from a minority of disgruntled students - determine the proportion of negative to positive comments to help you keep things in perspective.

3.       Negative comments can also be constructive. Take the essence of constructive feedback on board but ignore the noise. A student’s negative experience may be the result of other pressures or a reflection of their own effort (although it is still important to consider if there is anything else you could do to support struggling students).

4.       Students have different learning styles and preferences. Some students like personal anecdotes – other’s don’t. You can’t keep everyone happy all the time!


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