Informal Assessments on Student Learning
Faculty improvement as teachers hinges on receiving feedback from their students at an early point in the semester. There are numerous short, direct questions that can be provided to students that will result in useful changes to the pedagogy of faculty over the remainder of the course. This session lists a host of information that can be collected anonymously from students on note cards at the end of class. Analyzed properly, the data can provide important insights into instructional changes that will improve your relationship with students and help you advance your teaching skills.
Langley, David, "Informal Assessments on Student Learning" (2017). Faculty Development Committee. 60.