Engineering programmes in Thailand: enhancing the quality of student feedback

Kalayanee Jitgarun, Ake Chaisawadi, Pinit Kumhom and Suthee Ploisawaschai


Student feedback can be a powerful tool in improving the quality of learning and teaching in higher education. For course evaluation, students are generally required to provide feedback about an instructor/facilitator’s performance (student– teacher feedback), in this case on a rating scale questionnaire. Often such feedback only reflects student satisfaction instead of enhancing learning and teaching. A more meaningful form of feedback that may be used to inform effective learning is one-to–one feedback (either student-teacher or teacher-student feedback). Engaging in hands-on ...

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