About this Event
CETL Scholarly Teaching
Facilitator: Linda Stewart
When students become partners in the process of evaluating their learning, we acknowledge the value of their contributions, aware that “students and teachers are both curious and able learners” who bring diverse experiences and perspectives into play (Felten, Gardner, Schroeder, Lambert & Barefoot, 2016). Whether soliciting prior learning, creating midterm evaluations, or instituting a critical incident questionnaire (CIQ) process (Brookfield, 2018), student feedback is invaluable in discovering what our students are learning in our online classes. Conversely, teacher feedback that demonstrates responsiveness and transparency can dramatically impact our teaching practices and enrich student learning. This webinar offers multiple, innovative examples to engage student partners in gathering and responding to student feedback online.
Click here for more information and to register: https://facultydevelopment.kennesaw.edu/scholarly-teaching/events/2020-fall/gathering-feedback-virtual-environments.php