It's that time of the term. For many courses, we're about half way done. If you haven't already done so, we want to encourage you to solicit feedback from your students.
While formal feedback at the end of the term is helpful, it's too late to make any changes in your teaching approach for your current group of learners.
That's why it is important to ask some questions while we still have an opportunity to adapt our plans to better meet the needs of our students.
This is the process I've tried:
This last piece is tough, but reporting back:
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Weimer, M. (2016, June 15). Benefits of Talking with Students about Mid-Course Evaluations. Retrieved from Faculty Focus by Magna Publications.