Recommended resource

Getting feedback from students mid-semester

"Why the end of the semester is too late to collect actionable feedback from your students."

Listening to students about how they are feeling about our courses, while the semester is still running, so you can make changes, can make all the difference. If your institution does not offer this service for you, you can actually run an assessment on your own.

This article from The Faculty Lounge says a lot of useful things and has useful links: "Why the end of the semester is too late to collect actionable feedback from your students" by Pamela Pollock, Director of Professional Development, Harvard University’s Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning.

Related content:

Activity
Choose a Plant
This activity encourages students to reflect on themselves and compare how they feel and what they need to that of a plant. Through conversation and discussion, community can be strengthened.
Activity
Which picture best?
This short and simple activity will help you to establish connections with your students in the online classroom by providing insights into student mindset through use of visuals.
Activity
Imaginary Buffet (or Potluck)
The purpose of this activity is to engage students with each other’s ‘small talk’, by making a game out of active listening.
0
Share your thoughts, leave a commentx
()
x