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Instructor provided questions

Utilizing the “Instructor Provided Questions” space on the CEQ form

The “Instructor Provided Questions” section gives faculty the option to formulate questions which focus on teaching issues of concern to them, and the flexibility to collect information specific to their own courses and teaching strategies.

 

 
This section of the form features 10 “blank” items with space for up to six response options. Instructors who wish to ask their own individual scale-item questions, in addition to the 10 core questions of the CEQ form, can provide students with up to 10 supplementary questions and have them respond to these questions directly on the CEQ form in the spaces marked as questions 16-25.

 

 
These supplementary questions can be written on the board or displayed with an overhead projector prior to CEQ administration, or printed on a separate sheet of paper to be handed out with the CEQ form. Summary statistics for instructor provided questions will be tabulated along with the results of the core CEQ questions.

 

 
There is also a blank comments section on the CEQ form, marked “Instructor Requested Feedback”, which can be used if an instructor wishes to ask an additional qualitative or open-ended type question.

 

 
 
 
Examples of “Instructor Provided Questions”
 

Strongly disagree

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Strongly agree

Don't know

16. The instructor was well-prepared for each class

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17. The instructor’s lectures were clear and understandable

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18. The instructor used challenging questions or problems

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19. The instructor was willing to listen to student opinions

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20. The instructor was actively helpful to the students

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21. The assignments (eg. The Preliminary Work) aided my understanding of the course material

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Example of "Instructor Requested Feedback"

Please let me know what you learned in this course:

  • about how to organize and write your papers
  • about how to understand and appreciate English Literature
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