By collecting mid-semester feedback, instructors can improve student learning, gain insights leading to helpful changes to the subject, and prompt students to reflect on how their activities and strategies have affected their learning.
How are you collecting and processing feedback from your students?
To support you, we’ve put together our full recommendations and useful checklists here.
We also want to hear your tips for collecting and processing feedback from students. Tweet at us or reply to our tweet below.
🚨Faculty & instructors: we're already close to mid-semester and what a semester it's been. How are you collecting and processing feedback from your students?— MIT Teaching + Learning Lab (@mit_tll) October 15, 2020
We've put together our tips here ➡️ https://t.co/G6dQ3uWzmH