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Mid-Course Correction
Using Student Evaluations in the Middle of a Semester

Under the guidelines of the Faculty Update form, faculty are required to examine their end-of-term student evaluations with an eye to improving their teaching. Such improvements will benefit future classes but come too late to help the students who filled out the surveys.

This discussion will present models for designing and using mid-course evaluations so that instructors can receive valuable feedback that will allow them to make strategic changes. All interested faculty are encouraged to come, learn, and share.

  • Led by: Dr. Elliott Hammer (Psychology) and Dr. Todd Stanislav (Biology and CAT)
  • Date: Monday, October 11, 2004
  • Time: Noon - 12:50 PM
  • Location: Library 502
  • Sponsor: CAT

Tags: assessment, mid-course evaluations
Format: uncategorized
Event ID: 00326

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