November 22, 2013
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
This year, the Center for Teaching & Learning Excellence has chosen as our theme Inspired Teaching. The third workshop in our Inspired Teaching series focuses on Student Course Feedback. While student course feedback is not a stand-alone measure of teaching effectiveness, it can be a valuable resource for identifying teaching strengths and areas for improvement. During this interactive workshop, you will learn how to access and make the best use of the powerful tools available to every instructor at the U for analyzing and utilizing student feedback to improve teaching and build a strong, comprehensive portfolio. Specifically we will discuss adding custom questions, accessing survey results and powerful analysis tools, best-practices for using student feedback to improve your teaching and build your portfolio, and other available feedback resources.
** Because this workshop will be held in a Computer Lab refreshments will not be served **
FACILITATOR BIOGRAPHYAdam Halstrom is the Program Manager for Student Course Feedback at the University of Utah and has been with the Center for Teaching & Learning Excellence since 2007. Adam is also a PhD candidate in the English Department.