Students’ feedback Collecting feedback during the course provides information that can be useful right away, while teachers are still working with students that semester. Asking for student feedback during the course can: Identify features of the course that students find helpful, as well as students’ perception of obstacles to learning. Give you a more informed basis for making decisions while you are still teaching the course. Open lines of communication with students who might not otherwise volunteer their comments.
It is important to acknowledge and respond to students’ feedback, but responding does not mean simply fulfilling student requests. Rather, being responsive means considering student input and finding ways to help align student expectations with your teaching and course goals. For example you might choose to make a change recommended by students, but you might also address student perceptions by helping them see the value or purpose of something that they identified as unhelpful.
Your response to the feedback can also create opportunities to clarify your expectations for the class, and open doors for further dialogue with students about their learning. After collecting and analyzing the feedback's, a copy of the report should be submitted to the Quality Assurance Committee at the college which will therefore be submitted to the Directorate of Quality Assurance at the University. Responding to Student Feedback.
Soft Copy Version
Starting this year, The Quality Assurance Committee will launch a soft copy version of all the Feedback and Assessment forms, this will optimize the process of evaluation and increase its efficiency.