A better way to evaluate
The Student Evaluation of Teaching and Courses Project
The Student Evaluation of Teaching and Courses (SETC) Project: Implementation phase
In 2012, SFU launched the Teaching and Course Evaluation (TCE) Project "to develop an updated instrument and process for student evaluation of teaching that reflects new understanding from educational research on such evaluations." The project was seen as "an opportunity to consider how these evaluation processes could be used to gather information on student learning, and thus to focus less on student perceptions of instructors, and more on how students learn."
The implementation phase of the project, which includes pilots in summer and fall 2015, will launch the new system and develop policies, infrastructure and support systems to ensure that it serves the needs of instructors and students as effectively as possible. The implementation phase will be known as the Student Evaluation of Teaching and Courses (SETC) Project.
A note about the name
The consultation phase of this project was labelled the “Teaching and Course Evaluation Project.”
The implementation phase has been designated the “Student Evaluation of Teaching and Courses (SETC) Project” to highlight the centrality of student perspectives.
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June 11, 2015
An evolving process for developing questions