When students share course feedback early in the semester, the experience can be powerfully motivating for them and give you valuable information about their needs while you still have time to act upon it. while you still have time to act upon it. Gathering mid-semester feedback from students helps give quieter students a voice, helps you adapt to the dynamic class climate, and helps you grow as a professional, since we all need feedback to grow. In this session, we will discuss ways to solicit feedback from students, including rapid responses, survey tools, small group conversations, and reflective writing. By understanding your students’ experiences, you will be able to reflect and adapt your teaching to help more students succeed.
For Future Faculty Program participants, this session fulfills the “Formative Educator Feedback” requirement.
This session is only open to Northeastern University students, staff and educators. Please use your Northeastern email when registering.