Regarding: “Instructors are able to add up to ten unique questions tailored for their course goals and suitable for a range of kinds of instruction (e.g. lab, lecture, discussion; beginning vs. advanced seminars; differences in content), as well as accommodating traditional, hybrid, and online course contexts”,How shall this be done? I don’t look at the SETS before or after the students do, per policy. Are the questions from instructors placed on the SET or another form?
Thanks so much for your email.You bring up a great resource for faculty. The way that it works is that you provide ten questions to your students. Make sure they have them when they are completing the SET. If they are using online SET, email them the questions. If they are using paper SET, print out a copy of the items or put them on the blackboard so they can read them while you are out of the room. Document the items you used.
There is a special section of the SET for professor provided items. Students should use this section (Lower Left Hand Corner of Page 1) to provide multiple choice style answers to your questions. We do not know what the items are that you pick. However, we can give you results for those items (1-10) in your evaluation of teaching results. If you keep a copy of the items you chose, you can use the automatic report on the optional items to see how you did.
Feel free to contact me with additional questions.