Evaluating unit reports

The evaluating unit report is viewable by instructors, department chairs or program directors, and any administrative staff that review reports as a part of their work flows within the department or program. The evaluating unit report contains the following sections:

Section 1: Who responded?

This section gives some information about the students who responded to the course evaluation, aggregated across all courses in the evaluating unit. It is intended to help you understand the limits and generalizability of the statistics presented. Click here for more information about how response rate, perceived course difficulty, course engagement and students’ overall experience impact evaluation responses.

Section 2: Evaluating unit questions

This section contains responses to questions created by the department or program to which the course belongs to reflect discipline-specific teaching and learning values. These questions appear on every SETC form for courses in this evaluating unit. Responses are aggregated across all courses in the evaluating unit.

Section 3: Faculty questions

This section contains responses to questions created by the Faculty to which the course belongs to reflect discipline-specific teaching and learning values. These questions appear on every SETC form for courses in this Faculty. Responses are aggregated across all courses in the evaluating unit.

Section 4: University questions

This section contains responses to questions created by the Office of the Vice President, Academic, in collaboration with the SFU community, to reflect the teaching and learning values of SFU. These questions appear on every SETC form. Part one of this section focuses on students’ experiences with the course instructor, and part two focuses on their experience with the course. Responses are aggregated across all courses in the evaluating unit.