Staff Development Module:
Acquiring and Using Student Feedback

Acquiring and Using Student Feedback

Acquiring and Using Student Feedback discusses different types of student feedback that faculty and teaching staff can obtain in order to make improvements to their teaching and their courses.

Upon completion of the module, you will be able to:

  1. Discuss formal and informal ways of collecting student feedback;
  2. Use their feedback as appropriate to make changes to your course or teaching.

Modes of Completion

  1. Individual Module Completion
    Participants take a pre-quiz, work through the video materials, and take the post-quiz for the module. If they score at least 70% on the post quiz for a given module, they get a digital badge and a Certificate of Completion for that module.

    OR

  2. Individual Module Completion with Honours
    Participants take the pre-quiz, work through the video materials, and take the post-quiz for the module. In addition, they complete a written assignment for the module. If they score at least 70% on each post-quiz for a given module and submit a satisfactory written assignment for the module, they get a digital badge and a Certificate of Completion (with Honours) for that module, as well as an In-house, HRO staff development credit.

Certificate of Completion (with Honours) will normally be issued at the beginning of Semester B and all others at beginning of July based on registrants' achievement.

Course Information

Target participants: Faculty and teaching staff
Study hours: 2-4 hours (including the written reflection)
Course date*: Offered online throughout the year. Participants can enroll through AIMS
Eligibility for In-house, HRO staff development credit Completion of all materials including module quizzes with score of 70% or more on the post-, then an assignment based on a prompt for writing a 500 word reflection, which is submitted online for feedback from the course coordinator.
Module coordinator:Dr Paul CORRIGAN

* Participants can enroll anytime during a semester or the summer term and work at their own pace but typically are expected to complete the module by the end of the semester or the summer term.