Student feedback on teaching is useful, but it’s better to assess teaching effectiveness through a variety of methods.
In the latest edition of our TC60 video blog series, you can learn how The University Center for Teaching and Learning can help you and your department design a holistic strategy that looks at teaching through multiple lenses.
Some possibilities include classroom observations, course reviews, peer assessments, teaching inventories or cohorts, focus groups, and instructional diagnosis. You can even arrange for your class to be video recorded, so that we can collaboratively examine what is working in your situation.
Faculty who work with us tend to have higher Teaching Survey scores, and better student outcomes. If you’d like to make arrangements with a teaching consultant, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.