Join CATL staff on Nov. 15, 3-4 p.m. for a workshop about the WISE feedback technique for providing constructive, encouraging feedback and how it can be applied to your class, regardless of size. Participants will engage with scenarios to practice applying WISE principles.
Below is the recording of the “Collecting and Working with Mid-semester Feedback Workshop” hosted on Monday, Oct. 11, 2021. We’ve provided the video as a PlayPosit Bulb so that you can engage with questions from the workshop facilitator.
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Here are the resources discussed during the workshop:
- Slides: Collecting and working with mid-semester feedback.pptx
- Short survey that asks students to discuss their own preparation for class in addition to their experience with the instructor and with the course material.
- Start-Stop-Continue survey
- Open-ended question survey
- What in this class so far has helped your learning the most?
- What in this class so far has hindered your learning?
- What suggestions do you have to improve this course?
- Plus / Delta
- Framing feedback resource (student facing):
We’d love to hear from you!
Let us know how you collect and work with mid-semester feedback. What strategies have you employed? What works? What do students like and what are some areas to avoid? Feel free to share sample prompts and success stories. Comment below or drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join CATL staff for a workshop on collecting mid-semester feedback Oct. 11 from 3-4 p.m. where participants will learn about several different techniques for collecting student feedback. They will also learn about addressing mid-semester feedback. They will leave the workshop with a plan for collecting mid-semester student feedback on their course or courses.
Join the Office of International Education on Thursday, May 13 from 12–1 p.m. as they discuss considerations when teaching international students, the study abroad experience for students, information on how one goes about leading travel courses, and other topics.
Explore ideas in promoting student success and retention with Vince Lowery, Director of Student Success and Engagement and Director of Gateways to Phoenix Success, and Darrell Renier, Director, Office of Academic Advising and Retention. Date and Time TBA!