Monitoring - Monitoring engagement

Monitoring student learning

Regardless of the mode of delivery, the course you have designed requires regular monitoring and evaluation throughout the teaching period to ensure the learning journey planned is achieving the intended outcomes, and the students are on track to achieve learning success. This enables an opportunity for both students and teaching staff make adjustments to areas that may not being achieving the desired plan.

The following webpages include information, approaches and strategies to support you in understanding the role of monitoring engagement in learning, engaging in a range of ways to gather information and enabling opportunities to maximise student learning through regular monitoring of their progress.

Quality teaching practices includes the monitoring of student engagement and learning. Do you know the answer to the following?

Monitoring student learning

  • Do you know what your areas of your learning content student are engaging with?
  • Do you know what areas of social learning your students are engaging with?

Processes for monitoring

  • What processes do you use to gather information on your students learning progress?

Quality monitoring practices

  • When and how often in the teaching period do you monitor student learning progress?
  • What strategies do you use to maximise opportunities for success for students identified ‘at risk’?

Technologies to support monitoring

  • Are you utilising the reporting tools in Moodle to support your monitoring needs?