Observations & Student Feedback

Teaching Observation

If you’re interested in getting some feedback on your teaching, we are happy to arrange a classroom visit at a time that is most convenient for you. We’ll observe unobtrusively and then meet with you to provide feedback, answer any questions you might have, and discuss and explore new teaching strategies. All results are completely confidential.

Feedback from Students – Small Group Instructional Diagnosis (SGID)

The SGID uses small-group discussion among students to give you feedback on things such as how to improve your course or how you’re connecting with your students. It also lets students know that you’re interested in their thoughts  and ideas and can be very motivational. Conducting a SGID usually takes about 30 minutes and we recommend doing so about mid-way through the semester. All results are completely confidential.

To schedule a teaching observation or SGID, fill out the form on the right.

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