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Are you looking for a way to gather meaningful, constructive feedback from your students? Do you want to know more about specific aspects of student learning, about a new teaching method or approach, or just how the course is going overall?
Mid-semester is a great time to learn how students are experiencing your course.
A Mid-Semester Student Feedback Session (also called Small-Group Instructional Diagnosis or Student Feedback through Consensus) is a process that has been refined over many years to collect detailed feedback from students in a short amount of time. Students are guided through a semi-structured process to discuss the course’s strengths and make suggestions for improvement using forms and small groups. These sessions are best conducted early/mid-way through a course so that students have enough time to experience the course and instructors have enough time to make use of the feedback.