Date: Tuesday, September 29, 12:30 - 2:00 pm
Facilitators: Steven Cain, Eyde Olson, McKinzie Sutter, and Jeff Kosse
Getting feedback from your students about the course at this point in the semester is a little like taking your course's pulse. Their responses help you understand how your instructional approach is working and what, if any, adjustments might make your teaching more effective.
In this workshop, we'll focus on the attributes, logistics, and effective use of formative student surveys. Participants will learn how to create surveys in Canvas and will be given time to work on building their own formative surveys while receiving help from instructional designers. Methods of soliciting student feedback will be discussed, and we will share several examples of how instructors have responded to student feedback in order to improve their courses.
Registrants will be provided Zoom room access via email preceding the workshop. If you have additional questions, please contact Eyde Olson (email@example.com).
- Workshop recording
- Slide presentation
- How to create a survey in Canvas
These reference specific examples given in the presentation slide deck.
Ambrose, Susan A. et. al. (2010). How learning works: seven research-based principles for smart teaching. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. Available online through UNL Libraries (use UNL email to create O'Reilly Safari Online Learning account).
Cross, Angelo & K. Patricia Cross (1993). Classroom assessment techniques (2nd ed.). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
Taylor, Rebecca L., Kris Knorr, Michelle Ogrodnik & Peter Sinclair (2020) Seven principles for good practice in midterm student feedback, International Journal for Academic Development, DOI: 10.1080/1360144X.2020.1762086
Wiggins, Grant & Jay McTight (2005). Understanding by design (2nd ed.). Alexandria, VA: ASCD