Course and Teaching Evaluation: Supplementary Analyses (2012-)

Principal Supervisor(s): Baldwin Cheng Research Centre for General Education

Course and Teaching Evaluation (CTE) has been a routine quality assurance mechanism managed by the University to assess every standard course. The Baldwin Cheng Research Centre for General Education further utilizes these large data sets to look at the trends of students’ self-assessment of learning outcomes and engagement in GE programmes from 2012 to now. In general, the ratings for both GE Foundation programme and Four University GE Areas has been satisfactory throughout the years. Rising trends have been found in the course satisfaction and analytical skills for most of the programmes. There is room for improvement for student engagement, e.g. discussion with teachers and classmates outside class. The study would continue and statistics to be gathered in the future would help us to chart the trends.