Evaluating your teaching and curriculum practice, and the experience of students, can be done for multiple purposes and at a range of different levels.
It's important in any evaluation process to be clear about what you want to know about your teaching and student learning and ways that you can obtain this information.
It's useful to incorporate multiple ways to gather feedback on your teaching, and to maintain records so that you can utilise the evaluation, and subsequent actions in a process of continuous improvement and for promotion and publication purposes.
This guide focuses on the most common ways that teachers gather and document evidence about the quality of their teaching, the design of curriculum and student participation and engagement. The different types of evaluations below should not be seen in isolation but as complementary.