This is such a good idea. Get feedback that improves your course while engaging students and steering them to a way of thinking about your (improving) course that may help end of semester course evals. > @TLTC_UMD: Mid-semester student evaluation data can help instructors tweak their practice during the course. Come learn how to construct and implement mid-semester evaluations: ow.ly/5WaR30iq2…

I’ve always wondered why teachers/professors don’t collect anonymous performance data from students regularly. If I was teaching, I would require each student to answer one question anonymously after each lecture (“did you understand the material discussed in class?” or similar), with the opportunity to provide additional feedback.

Max Masnick, PhD @max

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