Teaching Feedback


Feedback

At the end of the module Quantitative Analysis for Management II (2014-2015), I asked students to fill in a feedback questionnaire about my tutorials (click here to see a sample questionnaire). For each question, they had to provide a score from 1 (strongly disagree) to 9 (strongly agree).

I then created a visualisation of the feedback to help me improve my tutorials and to provide a quick way of looking at the results:

Feedback_Analysis

I also created visualisations of positive and negative comments that my students have given me! Here are the things that they have liked:

WordsFeedbackPositive

And here are the things that they didn’t like or could have been improved:

WordsFeedbackNegative

Finally, this is how my students were feeling during my tutorials:

WordsFeeling

On 2 December 2015, I conducted a Window on Teaching  session in the Teaching Grid of the Library at the University of Warwick. During the session, I shared my thoughts on teaching feedback and discussed its importance, focusing on ways of presenting and visualising the feedback. The session was recorded and is now available here:

 

If you are interested in the content of the session, get in touch with me to discuss more about it!

The data were processed, analyses and visualised in R (here is a link to download it: download R; here is a link to the R code I used to create the visualisation: download code). For the word clouds, I used the following website to generate them: wordcloud generator.

If you have further questions, comments or feedback, please contact me.

If you are one of my (ex) students, I hope you enjoyed the tutorials! And feel free to get in touch with me for further discussion!