Feedback and Evaluation
- Provide feedback to the instructor concerning the
overall effectiveness of class design
- Monitor student participation and progress through course
- Identify participation and learning measures
The Web makes possible new methods for evaluation and feedback.
- Classroom assessment adapted for on-line use.
These examples are based on Group Informal Feedback on
Teaching -- G.I.F.T. Technique.
- List Specifics
- What are 1 or 2 specific things about this
course that help you learn?
- What are 1 or 2 specific things that hinder
or interfere with your learning?
- Please give 1 or 2 specific, practical
suggestions on ways to help you improve your learning in
- Minute Paper - Answer each question in 1 or 2 sentences:
- What was the most useful or meaningful
thing you learned in this lesson?
- What questions remain uppermost in
your mind as we end this lesson?
- Muddiest Point
- What was the "muddiest" point so far in this lesson?
- Background Knowledge
- Participation in email discussions
- Papers, reports, web-based projects
- Quizzes, tests
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