Improve Your Course with Mid-Semester Feedback

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What to ask your students and what to do with their responses

Join us for lunch and a workshop to discuss improving your course by gathering feedback from your students.

When? September 29, at noon.

Workshop description: Students can help you improve your teaching. In this workshop, we will consider several different ways of gathering actionable feedback from students at mid-semester – from surveys, Small Group Instructional Feedback and focus groups. Participants will be able to select a method for gathering student opinions and will learn how to most effectively use this feedback to improve their course.

Please register!

If you cannot join us at the workshop but wish to discuss your course, please email learninginnovation@duke.edu or drop by our office hours.

Andrea Novicki

Author: Andrea Novicki

Andrea helps faculty teach effectively and efficiently. She works primarily with scientists, using her biology background, love of science and teaching experience. Her current enthusiasms include active learning, group learning (especially team-based learning) and assessment.