Teacher Evaluations

Teacher Evaluation Questions

Teacher Evaluations are administered via paper based forms that are provided by BALA when you request a Teacher Evaluation. The evaluation consists of a student questionnaire with scaled statements and a feedback form for free text responses.

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Student Questionnaires

The scale for theses statements is: Strongly Agree, Agree, Mildly Agree, Mildly Disagree, Disagree, Strongly Disagree and Unable to Judge/Not Applicable.

The following 14 questions are for lecture and tutorial classes:

  1. This teacher is well prepared for the subject.
  2. This teacher communicates the subject matter clearly.
  3. This teacher organises the subject matter well.
  4. This teacher presents an appropriate amount of material for the time available.
  5. This teacher stimulates me to think about the subject.
  6. This teacher appears to be interested in assisting me to learn.
  7. This teacher is helpful in responding to questions or problems.
  8. Because of this teacher I have felt enthusiastic about studying this subject.
  • Following questions to be completed only for small classes of 30 or fewer students.
  1. This teacher encouraged me to interact with other students.
  2. This teacher organised learning activities for effective and efficient use of time.
  3. This teacher encouraged participation in discussion and collaborative activities.
  • Following questions students to mark as 'Not Applicable' if the teacher does not mark their work.
  1. Assignments marked by this teacher have been returned within a reasonable time frame.
  2. Feedback on assignments marked by this teacher has been helpful.
  3. This teacher has been available to discuss problems and questions relating to my assignments or examinations.

The following 22 questions are for practical/clinical classes:

  1. This teacher is well prepared for the subject.
  2. This teacher presents the subject matter clearly.
  3. This teacher organises and sequences the subject matter well.
  4. This teacher presents an appropriate amount of material for the time available.
  5. This teacher stimulates me to think about the subject.
  6. This teacher appears to be interested in assisting me to learn.
  7. This teacher is helpful in response to my questions or problems.
  8. Because of this teacher I have felt enthusiastic about studying this subject.
  9. This teacher ensured that time spent in practical/clinical classes was used efficiently.
  10. This teacher provided sufficient opportunities for me to practice my skills.
  11. This teacher encouraged me to take responsibility for my skills development.
  12. This teacher had appropriate expectations of my practical skills.
  13. This teacher provided helpful feedback on my skills.
  14. I felt that I could approach this teacher if I was having problems in a particular area.
  15. Activities/tasks undertaken in this teacher's practical/clinical classes are worthwhile learning experiences.
  16. This teacher took adequate precautions to ensure the safety of students and others in practical/clinical classes.
  • Following questions to be completed only for small classes of 30 or fewer students.
  1. This teacher encouraged me to interact with other students.
  2. This teacher organised class effectively and efficiently.
  3. This teacher encouraged participation in class discussions.
  • Following questions students to mark as 'Not Applicable' if the teacher does not mark their work.
  1. Assignments marked by this teacher have been returned within a reasonable time frame.
  2. Written comments on assignments marked by this teacher has been helpful.
  3. This teacher has been available to discuss problems and questions relating to my assignments or examinations.

 


 

Handwritten Comments

These questions are for free text responses.

Feedback for the teacher:

  1. What are the best aspects of this teacher's teaching?
  2. What aspects of teaching would you suggest this teacher could improve?

 


 

Last reviewed: 24 April, 2014