Student Module Evaluation Policy: A Policy Confirming Arrangements for the University-Wide Student Evaluation of Modules

Brian Green, Caroline Breslin

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Abstract

This policy sets out the University’s approach to Student Module Evaluation at the University of Strathclyde (hereafter University), defined in the University’s Assessment and Feedback Policy as the process of obtaining feedback from students on all aspects of teaching, learning, and assessment within a module.
2. This policy on Student Module Evaluation reflects many years of work, in consultation with staff and students across all four Faculties. Our focus for Student Module Evaluation is to obtain and act on feedback to help enhance the Strathclyde student experience. As agreed by the Education Strategy Committee, Student Module Evaluation will form an important element of in fulfilling our
ambitious aims for education in our strategy and vision for 2025.
3. Student Module Evaluation at the University is an enhancement-led activity, carried out to provide a means for staff to listen and respond to the Strathclyde student voice, supporting improvements to learning and teaching.
4. This policy supports our institutional objective for consistency in the review of learning and teaching across all disciplinary areas. The student voice is at the heart of our contextualised, data-led approach to enhancement, it informs our decision-making, and provides greater understanding of student feedback and its impact on the student experience.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationGlasgow
PublisherUniversity of Strathclyde
Number of pages10
Publication statusPublished - 31 Aug 2021

Keywords

  • student evaluation
  • enhanced learning
  • policy

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