Support for gathering mid-course feedback
- Benefits, Impact and Process of Early Course Evaluations (Center for Teaching Excellence, Duquesne University)
- Gathering Formative Feedback with Mid-Course Evaluations (The Centre for Teaching Support and Innovation, University of Toronto)
- Mid-Semester Feedback on Teaching (Faculty Innovation Center, The University of Texas at Austin)
- Midterm Student Feedback Guidebook (Holton et al. 2016)
Alternatives to online surveys for mid-course feedback
There are many ways to gather feedback on your teaching. Should you wish to explore, here are UBC resources on additional options:
- Peer review of teaching is a process designed to provide feedback to instructors about their teaching. It has been variously defined and is sometimes called “peer observation of teaching”.
- Small-group instructional feedback is a formative mid-course check-in process for gathering information from students on their learning experience. This process is designed to foster dialogue between students and instructors.
If you are a UBC instructor and would like to meet with an educational consultant about mid-course feedback (or any other aspect of your teaching), request a consultation with the Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology (Vancouver campus) or the Centre for Teaching and Learning (Okanagan campus).