Collecting Mid-semester Feedback
Collecting student feedback can provide you with valuable input and insight to assess your teaching and your students’ learning. To assist you in this endeavour, Educational Development offers a number of services and resources. They are listed below.
1. Design a Feedback Form
Upon request, the Educational Development Manager is available to meet with you to design a feedback tool that meets your specific needs and teaching and learning goals. Contact Jeanette McDonald, Manager of Educational Development, at 519-884-0710 ext. 3211 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. Administer Feedback Tool and Summarize Data
Upon request, an Educational Development staff member is available to administer your questionnaire and summarize the data. Contact the Educational Development Program & Event Co-ordinator at ext. 3507 or by email at email@example.com.
3. Evaluation Review Consultation
Upon request, we are available to meet with you to review and interpret feedback results (mid-semester tools or the university end-of-term evaluation) and develop a plan of action (e.g., refine presentations skills, revise assessment options, evolve teaching approach). Contact Jeanette McDonald, Manager of Educational Development, at 519-884-0710 ext. 3211 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
4. Teaching Behaviours Inventory (TBI)
The TBI is a 60-item tool that collects feedback from students on your teaching. The 60 items are grouped under one of nine categories - clarity, expression, interaction, organization, pacing, disclosure, speech, rapport, and teaching aids. The tool was developed by Dr. Harry Murray, professor emeritus, at the University of Western Ontario.