Tips for frequent feedback to inform learners & mid-semester feedback to inform your teaching!
Providing timely and quality feedback throughout the semester are key aspects of the teaching and learning dynamic that leads to student success. Timely and frequent feedback engages students in their learning and affirms that instructors care and are paying attention to them.
In turn, asking students for feedback, also engages students in the learning that is taking place. Mid-semester feedback, acquired from students, help instructors improve their teaching practices and the learning that occurs in their courses. This type of feedback is a quick data collection method to inform your teaching.
To find more information on providing and gathering feedback, please visit the Assessment section on the CTL website.