Props for Profs: Mohawk's Student Feedback on Teaching Survey starts next Monday
Quality matters at Mohawk and the Student Feedback on Teaching Survey focuses on how well the college delivers on that commitment in the classroom.
All full-time and apprenticeship students are encouraged to complete their Fall 2010 survey between Monday, Nov. 22 and Monday, Nov. 29. The online survey asks students 24 questions that rate the quality of teaching in each of their courses.
Individual survey results remain anonymous. Professors and their associate deans get a full report of student feedback in December. The higher the participation rate by students, the more valuable and accurate the feedback for professors. Survey results help professors know what they're doing well and where they could build on their strengths through ongoing training and professional development.
To complete the survey:
1. Log on to Mocomotion at any time from anywhere. Labs have been booked at the Fennell Campus for students who need a computer.
2. Go to the Student Feedback Channel.
3. Click on the Student Feedback on Teaching Survey linke. Courses to be evaluated will automatically download. It should take approximately 20 minutes to complete the survey.
The Student Feedback on Teaching Survey focuses on the quality of teaching in the classroom while the annual Key Performance Indicator (KPI) Survey measures student satisfaction with their overall college experience. All colleges in Ontario participate in the KPI survey and carry out surveys to measure quality of teaching.
For more on the Student Feedback on Teaching Survey, please contact Helen Sheridan in Institutional Research.