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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Barbara Vohmann, Dean Bowyer, Debbie Philipson, Pauline Start,
Mark Tree, Dr. Julian Priddle.
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? already use some form of mid-module feedback: -
Questions for discussion Department staff, then revised the Mid-Semester Review questions
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 Department staff, then revised the Mid-Semester Review questions
How can we as a university bridge the gap between staff and student perspectives?
Conclusions and feedback Department staff, then revised the Mid-Semester Review questions.
What works and what doesn't work? Department staff, then revised the Mid-Semester Review questionsGood practice
Thank you for listening and contributing. judging modules, so use such feedback as an opportunity to revise in light of students’ views prior to module evaluation at the end of a module