The Mid-Semester Review – Bridge the Gap. Barbara Vohmann, D ean Bowyer, Debbie Philipson, Pauline Start, Mark Tree, Dr. Julian Priddle. Introduction.
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The Mid-Semester Review – Bridge the Gap
Barbara Vohmann, Dean Bowyer, Debbie Philipson, Pauline Start,
Mark Tree, Dr. Julian Priddle.
Feedback is collected from students in a number of ways: -
Most staff use a range of methods (4 or 5), and staff who believe in the values of mid-module feedback are likely to use more mechanisms
The institutional approach (MEQ) - pluses and minuses
In an online survey of university staff, we found that staff already use some form of mid-module feedback: -
As a staff member, what feedback do you want?
Questions for discussion
What would you as a student like to be asked in module evaluation?
How do you think students should receive feedback from module evaluation?
Question for discussion
How can we as a university bridge the gap between staff and student perspectives?
Conclusions and feedback.
What works and what doesn't work? Good practice
Thank you for listening and contributing.