Expertise in teaching is enhanced through experience and regular review of teaching performance to identify areas for improvement and to reinforce strengths and achievement. Evaluation of teaching is a necessary adjunct to accountability and good professional practice.
At the end of the course, participants will be able to employ effective evaluation techniques to evaluate own teaching and other’s teaching by being able to:
- Identify central teaching tasks and other professional duties
- Devise strategies for monitoring and evaluating the effectiveness of teaching roles
- Develop appropriate feedback mechanisms
- Use feedback from students, peers and colleagues to aid self-evaluation
Who will Benefit
Educators who are keen to know more about effective evaluation techniques to enhance teaching and delivery performance will benefit, especially the following:
Senior lecturers/educators/teachers/trainers who are keen to review and develop teaching and management practices; Heads of Schools/Departments to facilitate supervision of lecturers/educators/teachers; Other lecturers/educators/teachers who are keen to improve professional practice.
|Section 1||Introduction - Teaching and Learning in Higher Education|
|Section 2||Evaluation of Teaching - Teacher Performance Cycle|
|Section 3||Effective Teaching Practices|
|Section 4||Evaluation of Teaching - Instruments
|Section 5||Supervisory Clinical Observation
|Section 6||Self Evaluation and Feedback
Madam Chuah Siew Yoo holds a Master in Education from Universiti Sains Malaysia, and a BA (Hons) and Diploma in Education from Universiti Malaya. She has more than 30 years of teaching experience with more than 10 years in education management and administration.
Madam Chuah regularly conducts professional development programmes which cover topics such as teaching methodology and education technology, classroom management, leadership, personal development and motivation.