Course and Faculty Evaluations for the Intersession, SY 2022-2023 (OADAA Memo)
13 Jul 2022 | Loyola Schools Office of the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
TO: Department Chairs and Program Directors
Full-Time and Part-time Faculty
Graduate and Undergraduate Students
Dr Luis F Dumlao, Officer-in-Charge, Vice President for the Loyola Schools and Acting Dean, John Gokongwei School of Management
Mr Galvin Radley L Ngo, Officer-in-Charge, Gokongwei Brothers School of Education and Learning Design
Dr Agustin Martin G Rodriguez, Officer-in-Charge, School of Humanities
Dr Raphael A Guerrero, Dean, School of Science and Engineering
Dr Jose Jowel P Canuday, Officer-in-Charge, School of Social Sciences
Dr Benjamin Gerardo T Tolosa, Jr, Associate Dean for the Core Curriculum
Dr Leland Joseph R De la Cruz, Associate Dean for Student Formation
Ms.Ma. Virginia G Acevedo, Officer-in-Charge, Office of the Associate Dean for Student and Administrative Services
Ms Geraldine S Sandrino, Officer-in-Charge, School Registrar
Mr James Patrick S.Gregorio, Director, Office of Management Information Systems
Sanggunian ng mga Mag-aaral ng mga Paaralang Loyola ng Ateneo de Manila (Sanggunian)
Committee on Graduate Student Concerns (CGSC)
From: (Sgd) Dr Josefina D Hofileña
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
(Sgd) Fr Rogel Anecito L.Abais, SJ, STD
Officer-in-Charge, Office of the Associate Dean for Graduate Programs
Subject: Course and Faculty Evaluations for the Intersession, SY 2022- 2023
We wish to remind the LS community that course and faculty evaluations for this Intersession Term SY 2022-2023 may be accomplished beginning Wednesday, 13 July 2022 by logging on to http://aisis.ateneo.edu (click on: Course and Faculty Evaluations).
Students are reminded to accomplish the form for each of their Intersession classes.
It is recommended that Schools adopt the practice of allotting time during the final synchronous session of their classes for students to accomplish the form, simulating the practice of in-classroom evaluations in pre-pandemic school years. During the synchronous session, faculty can assign the class beadle as co-host of the synchronous class session before students begin to accomplish the evaluation form, pause/stop the recording, click “leave meeting,” and return after the evaluations are completed.
Please be reminded that:
As announced by the Vice President for the Loyola Schools, through her 8 March 2022 memo, New Policy on Student Evaluation and Exit Surveys, the accomplishment of the Course and Faculty Evaluation form by undergraduate and graduate students is now a requirement. Students will not be able to view their final grades on AISIS for the classes that they have not yet evaluated, although they will still be able to view their QPI. A hold order will be imposed on these students, which will prevent them from enrolling in the next academic term. The hold order will only be lifted upon the students’ completion of the evaluation form for each class that the students were enrolled in.
The evaluation process is important for quality assurance of teaching/learning practices. It is a means by which students can reflect on their own learning experience while providing feedback on the courses they are taking and the faculty members who handle these courses.
The Loyola Schools is putting mechanisms in place so that student feedback is better channeled to faculty for greater take up. Faculty members can use the feedback to determine both what they are doing well and how they can improve course content, teaching methodology, course requirements, and assessments.
The data from student evaluations is also used by department chairs/program directors and peer evaluators to review faculty members for permanency, reappointment, and promotion.
Students are expected to use appropriate language in providing constructive comments, i.e., comments to improve the teaching and learning experience.
Student responses are anonymous. Department/Program secretaries generate a consolidated report and forward this to the concerned faculty member. The consolidated results of the required end-of-term evaluations are made available after the electronic release of final grades.
Departments/programs can start downloading/viewing the results starting Friday, 29 July 2022. However, departments/programs should expect possible late submissions of course and faculty evaluations by students, which may necessitate a second downloading of results at a later date.
Thank you very much.
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