Improve Learning Through Feedback and Reflection
Collecting, understanding, and responding to feedback is essential for educators who strive for the best learning outcomes. We offer many ways for you to gain meaningful feedback on your teaching and your students’ learning.
End-term course feedback can provide insight into what is working well and suggest ways to develop your teaching to enhance student learning.
Systematic reflection can provide many forms of evidence of teaching effectiveness. Learn some easy strategies for keeping track of your teaching and creating a teaching portfolio.
Mid-Term Student Feedback
Mid-term feedback, through in-class small group feedback, mid-term online feedback, and class recording and consultations, can help you gain valuable perspectives on your students’ learning experiences.
Interpret and Respond
Reviewing, interpreting, and responding appropriately to student feedback is an important part of using feedback to inform and support your teaching practices.
Input from Colleagues
Peers are a valuable resource for assessing teaching. Peer observations, evaluation of course materials, and input on other contributions, including curriculum development, can provide useful points of reference.
Principles of Evaluation
Explore some key ideas guiding evaluation and student feedback at Stanford.
Please contact us if you have any questions.
Director, Faculty and Lecturer Programs