Incorporating Student Feedback

Students are active contributors, valuable partners, and critical members of the learning community in our classrooms. 

They can provide:

  • A variety of perspectives and experiences
  • Feedback on teaching decisions and course structure
  • Indicators of progress towards course learning objectives

Checking in with your students during the term can provide valuable information for making in-term adjustments and for future changes.

Often we can feel a bit powerless when courses don’t go as well as we had imagined. The most important thing to remember is that even the most seasoned professors run into similar problems and that class dynamics are rarely perfect and depend upon multiple factors including the specific skill level and initial interest of students in the class.
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