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Gathering students’ thoughts

Reflecting on your students' thoughts since you started implementing the concepts in this course.
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Depending on your timeframe you may gather and reflect on this evidence either before or after the course has finished.

If you are able to complete and analyse the questionnaire before the end of the course it would be good to share in the comments section on this step your reflections about your students’ responses and whether the analysis prompts you to do anything different in the future, and if so how.


Key points for you to reflect on would be:
  • Which changes have the students found helpful?
  • What aspects have the students been less happy about?
  • Were there any particular surprises or points of particular interest?
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