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Curtin University

Faculty of Health Sciences

Response to student feedback from Semester 1 2019

Thank you to students who responded to eVALUate surveys at the end of Semester 1 this year. We find your feedback extremely valuable, and almost all written comments are helpful, respectful and insightful.

Although it is not possible to improve the unit for your benefit, rest assured that students who follow you will benefit, as you have benefitted from feedback received by students in the past about the units you have just completed.

I am currently in the process of meeting with Heads of School and Directors of Learning and Teaching in each of our seven Schools to review units where lower or declining satisfaction levels have been identified, to discuss issues raised by students and to draft a plan for action to improve.

It is also a pleasure to read the feedback from many of our high-impact units, and to hear how students have experienced their learning, and what they found transformative. This provides excellent feedback to innovative staff testing new ideas in curriculum and delivery.

Associate Professor Georgina Fyfe
Dean Teaching and Learning
Faculty of Health Sciences