Wednesday, March 22, 2017, 12 noon - 12:30 p.m. EDT
Online - Zoom
Have you ever had the experience of reading your end-of-semester student evaluations and found yourself surprised by the comments? Perhaps a student made a suggestion that you agree would be an improvement to the course. Or maybe a student was critical of something and you wish you could have explained the pedagogical reasoning behind your course design. Although end-of-semester feedback can be helpful for making adjustments for future semesters, it is too late to make changes that will impact the students who actually provided the feedback. This webinar will focus on obtaining mid-semester feedback from students. We will discuss different ways to request feedback and how to respond to it once you receive it. This showcase will feature Dr. Debora Herold, Department of Psychology, School of Science.
This webinar is part of the Center for Teaching and Learning’s new Faculty Teaching Showcase Webinar Series, a venue for faculty to share their teaching practices with one another. Designed to inspire, inform and give faculty the confidence to try new teaching strategies, each interactive webinar features a conversation with a faculty member about how they implemented a successful teaching technique. Each webinar will be 30 minutes long with an optional 15-minute follow-up discussion period.