Thursday, May 16 • 10:15am - 11:15am
Reflections on using the Personalized Instructor Questions on SFU's Online Platform

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SFU’s online SETC system enables faculty members to add additional personalized instructor level items to the evaluation. These items can either be selected from the main item bank or created by the instructor, and they can be either multiple choice or open-ended. Given widespread debate about SETC, the purpose of this workshop will be to enable faculty and students to discuss and share their experience using this aspect of the system. The workshop will begin with a presentation of how one faculty member utilized this tool across two courses taught multiple times over a two-year academic period (n=822) and the insights obtained from an analysis of the data about learning and teaching practice. The data generated from this component of SETC can be used as evidence of student learning and to inform curriculum development and reflective teaching practice. Participants who have used SETC are asked to bring examples from past individualized reports and will be given the opportunity to share their experiences utilizing this tool. The session will be of particular interest to faculty members, administrators and curriculum development specialists interested in the student evaluation surveys.

Thursday May 16, 2019 10:15am - 11:15am PDT
Harbour Centre Rm 1520

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