Gathering and Using Student Feedback – Midterm Course Evaluations

Getting feedback from students near the mid-point of a course is useful in any type of class – Learning what students are loving, and what they are struggling with can help you tweak your course to maximize student success. This kind of feedback, arguably, is even more important in online classes, especially if you are new to teaching online!  

Join us for a conversation about why, how, and when to collect feedback from students.  

We’ll discuss strategies that work well with small and large classes and compare the different approaches to feedback questions. We will then chat about how to interpret feedback, and how and when you should address feedback by making changes to your course.

Panelist

Kate Crane – An Educational Developer from the CLT embedded in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

Bruno Roy – CLT’s Technical Administrator, Student Ratings of Instruction

Kate Thompson – An Educational Developer from the CLT embedded in the Faculty of Science

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Location

Online via Collaborate Ultra

Contact

clt@dal.ca