What do I do with my mid-semester feedback? Action Planning with Data
What do I do with my mid-semester feedback? Action Planning with Data Online
So you’ve collected your mid-semester feedback data… What do you do next? Join CTLI for this hands-on workshop to identify trends in your data, identify possible shifts in your practice to respond to feedback, and leave with a plan of action for the remainder of the semester (or next term!). We’ll also discuss avenues for communicating your findings and plan of action with your students. Ultimately, we don’t want you to feel like you have to go it alone. Research has shown that reviewing student feedback in consultation with someone else is more likely to result in positive modifications in teaching/course design which can later influence future evaluations, and we’re here for you!
This workshop will be most relevant to course instructors who already have collected anonymous, aggregate student feedback on a course. The requirement for participation in this having mid-semester data. We’re asking that all participants in this workshop come to the session with anonymous student feedback.
- Makena Neal, PhD, (she/they) lives in two intersecting worlds- that of educator and that of a lifelong learner. Her goal is to help amplify, elevate, and celebrate the innovative practices of educators in the MSU community. Makena’s projects focus on efforts and initiatives that recenter teaching and learning for Spartans by advancing MSU’s culture toward recognition and support for all educators (anyone who contributes to student success and the teaching and learning mission of the university).
Meghan Loughlin-Krusky (she/her) is a Training Program Developer and Instructional Designer with Michigan State University Extension. Her role is to support academic staff in building awareness of educational best practices, offer training on technology to help educators engage community members, as well as collaborate in creating exceptional learning experiences for life-long learners in online, hybrid and in-person programming.
Upon completion of this learning experience participants will be able to:
- effectively analyze feedback data collected from students, identifying recurring themes and patterns in order to gain insights into the areas of instruction
- translate the insights gained from feedback data into concrete and targeted pedagogical shifts (i.e. demonstrate the ability to identify specific instructional strategies, content adjustments, or classroom management techniques) that address the identified areas for improvement
- develop a comprehensive and actionable implementation plan for the identified pedagogical shifts
This is a natural follow up to “Mid-Semester Feedback: What, Why & How” workshop held on Sept. 20, 2023 from 3-4pm (though participation in this session is not a prerequisite)
- Tuesday, November 14, 2023
- 1:30pm - 2:45pm
- Time Zone:
- Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
- This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.