Students can be a great source of feedback to find out what is working (or not) in the classroom each semester (Cohen, 1980; Murray, 2007). However, students may not provide feedback until they are asked to do so during end-of-semester course evaluations - when it is too late to implement any of their suggestions in the current semester. Instead, mid-semester student evaluation data can allow instructors to tweak their practice during the course (Murray & Smith, 1989). This session will provide guidance on how to construct and implement mid-semester evaluations. Example questions to ask and research-based best practices for assessment will be provided.
Note: This is a brown bag workshop. Please feel free to bring your own lunch, and the TLTC will provide drinks and desserts.
This event is only open to faculty, students, and staff of the University of Maryland. It may be photographed or filmed for promotional purposes. If you require any accommodations please email [email protected]
When: Wednesday, Feb. 21
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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