Making the Most of Midterm Feedback

Tuesday, October 30, 2018, 3-4:30pm
Knight Library Browsing Room
Refreshments served

How can faculty and graduate student instructors make the most of students’ midterm feedback to enhance students’ awareness of their own learning strategies; convey that student voices matter (even if you’re unable to make course modifications they suggest); reinforce the goals of the course; and help students finish strong?

TEP recommends all instructors do a midterm survey and discuss the results with the class—we can help with your survey design and deployment. And recent changes to the UO’s improvement and evaluation of teaching system eventually will provide all instructors with the option of a centrally administered midterm survey (learn more about this important work and see the current midterm survey instrument here).

We invite you to come together—ideally with your own results in hand—to think strategically about how to interpret those results, talk about them with your students, and make adjustments that may enhance student learning and contribute to a more rewarding teaching experience.

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