Here are some examples of consultations we have received
from faculty members and the solutions we proposed.
Student response is low, so I don’t know if the content of the class is well conveyed.
Listen to the students’ opinions, analyze them, think about improvement measures with other faculty members and have it reflected in the class. When the thinking of the teacher and students match, student’s responses in the class improve.
We are using a class questionnaire, but the results cannot be reflected next fiscal year.
As specialists, we provide advice in the mid-term and encourage all faculty to consider these recommendations. Further, if questionnaires are given in the middle of the semester, the results can be reflected in the second half.
I would like to ask experts about how to improve the department’s three policies.
We hold workshops for all teachers where we explain the significance of the three policies and how to link them with education. In this way, classes can be revised accordingly.
From the university
I want advice on how to improve based on an evaluation received from the educational accreditation institution.
After meeting with those in charge of evaluations, we can offer advice on how to improve. We can also hold training sessions for faculty and staff to help participants improve their educational activities in the future.