Getting Midterm Feedback — And Acting on It
Having a clear read on how students are engaging with your class can be difficult: which materials and teaching methods are working and which are not? In this workshop, you will learn how to elicit constructive and detailed feedback from students that will help improve the classroom experience for you and students. We will also discuss how best to act on student feedback in a way that ensures students feel heard and considered. The goal of effective feedback is twofold: first, to create a more open, interactive classroom where students recognize that different methods accommodate different learning preferences; and second, for instructors to develop an agile teaching approach that helps give each class a unique and responsive shape.
Counts toward the CTL Teaching Certificate. Also counts as a follow-up workshop for SAS participants in TA Training.