Provisional changes to SELT survey reporting process

Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic and the rapid move to online teaching for most ACU units, the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education & Innovation) has approved a modification to the reporting processes for SELT data for the current period in 2020. This modification will be applied to study periods in the first half of this year.

What will be different?
  • Student feedback on unit aspects (ratings from SELT Part A, together with comments on unit aspects) will be reported in the standard protocol to the Executive Deans, Associate Deans Learning & Teaching (or equivalent) and Heads of School.
  • Data collected from all parts of SELT survey (including Part B on teaching aspects) will be reported only to the individual teacher.

Please note that this strategy applies to both interim and final reporting for the following study periods: Semester 1, Trimester 1, and Professional Terms 2, 3 and 4.

It is anticipated that this strategy will alleviate staff concerns that teaching evaluations may be adversely affected by factors outside the teacher’s control, for example the move to online teaching. Staff may wish to use their individual SELT reports (received through the modified process) for various purposes, such as their career progression. All teaching staff are strongly encouraged to reflect on student feedback and take appropriate action (where possible) to improve the quality of learning and teaching in ACU.

Interim reporting for Summer Term and Professional Term 1 has been completed in accordance with the standard protocol, and the final reporting for these two early study periods will follow the standard process.

Please see the Learning and Teaching webpage for further information about the SELT surveys.

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