The Course Evaluation Project Team (CEPT– now the Student Course Perceptions project) was established in May 2014 to explore the potential for a new course evaluation model that meets the needs of students, faculty, staff and administrators. The project team's initial report in 2017 was accepted by Senate, without FAUW's support.
In response, FAUW put forward a motion to strike a working group on complementary methods of teaching evaluation. The Complementary Teaching Assessment Project Team (CTAPT) has since been working in parallel with the Student Course Perceptions project, and the Taskforce on Graduate Supervision, now under the Teaching Assessment Processes office.
FAUW continues to monitor developments on these projects.
The Teaching Assessment Processes office
FAUW responses to 2017 CEPT reports
- Final report (PDF) prepared by the Course Evaluation Project Team
- Draft report November 7, 2016 (PDF)
FAUW response to 2020 CEPT2 and CTAPT reports
The May 20, 2020, Senate meeting agenda package included an interim report from the Complementary Teaching Assessment Project Team (CTAPT) and an update on the second phase of the Course Evaluation Project Team (CEPT2).
FAUW is very grateful to its CEPT2 appointee, Professor Jasmin Habib, for her service on the task force. We appointed her to the task force because of her solid commitment to equity and fair, transparent processes, and are very confident that she was an effective advocate throughout the CEPT2 process.
- FAUW’s responses to the Senate motions and recommendations of CEPT(2) and CTAPT (PDF) (updated May 16, 2020)