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Now that the semester is underway, remember to schedule a mid-semester feedback session with the students in your course. The Center for Advancing Faculty Excellence can help.
The mid-semester feedback survey is a great way to check in with your students, see how they believe the semester is going, and discover any concerns they may have. You might then decide to make course adjustments that can help student learning before the end of the semester.
Please note that the procedures have changed this year.
“We hope this new process will streamline the mid-semester feedback process and allow us to provide you with a better experience,” says Dr. Jeff Jennings, assistant director and instructional designer for CAFE.
Sign up online for a mid-semester feedback visit.
The CAFÉ staff provides the following list of FAQs regarding mid-semester feedback:
Q: Who can request a mid-semester feedback?
A: Anyone teaching a class at Missouri S&T
Q: What questions are on the survey?
A: We have an essential set of questions that align with S&T’s course evaluation questions. We can also include questions that you create that are unique for your class.
Q: Are the results confidential?
A: Yes. The student responses to the survey are voluntary and anonymous. The collected results are confidential between the instructor and our CAFE staff.
Q: What if I have questions about the results?
A: Our CAFE staff is happy to answer any questions. We are also happy to meet with you in person or virtually to discuss results and provide suggestions, if you wish. Consultations are optional.
Q: How is the survey made available to my students?
A: CAFE will create a Qualtrics survey specifically for your course. At that point, you have two options: