FFT Questionnaire Versions

Teaching in Lectures
Teaching in Tutorials
Teaching in Demonstrations
Teaching in Law


Teaching in Lectures

This questionnaire deals with various aspects of individual teaching practice in detail, including structuring and presentation of content, student involvement in learning, teacher / learner communication, and student perceptions of learning outcomes. Students are invited to give feedback using numerical ratings and explain the reasons for their ratings. This questionnaire should meet the needs of staff particularly interested in feedback on their individual teaching rather than feedback on the overall unit of study. It is suitable for gathering feedback on teaching in a number of large group teaching contexts, including lectures and seminars.

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Teaching in Tutorials

This questionnaire is for tutors seeking feedback on various aspects of their teaching activities, including tutor preparation, stimulation of interest, explanation and feedback, and classroom management. Students are invited to give feedback using numerical ratings and explain the reasons for their ratings.

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Teaching in Demonstrations

This questionnaire is for laboratory demonstrators seeking feedback on various aspects of their teaching activities, including encouragement of questions, stimulation of interest, tutor preparation, explanation, feedback, and classroom management. Students are invited to give feedback using numerical ratings and explain the reasons for their ratings.

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Teaching in Law

This gauges students’ perceptions of teaching and learning in the seminar format that is common in the School of Law. Teachers in the Law School are welcome to select a different FFT version if it suits their teaching setting better e.g. lectures, tutorials.

The Teaching in Law version asks students to provide constructive feedback on various aspects of teaching activities, including presentation clarity, expectations, and motivating students to learn; and it allows insight into students’ own level of engagement with various aspects of their studies, including preparation for class, completing readings, and critical thinking. Students are asked to give feedback using numerical ratings and to explain the reason for their ratings.

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