Checklist for collecting mid-term feedback
You can freely choose how you wish to collect the feedback. You may opt for paper slips handed out to students, or ask the students to give their comments on an interactive platform (e.g. Padlet/Miro wall) or alternatively you may wish to go for a formal feedback collection system in use at your own HEI. The choice of feedback collection medium depends on your school’s feedback collection process and the reason for collecting feedback. Feedback can be collected for instance when you are teaching a new course and as a result do not have previous experiences. Sometimes you may get a feeling of underlying tensions in a group hindering learning and as a result you may wish to detect the root cause of the obstacles to learning. Collecting feedback anonymously may have students open up and provide reasons for not being able to learn. This may lead you having to involve other people as to resolve the issues within the student group.
- The purpose of this form is to help you collect feedback as a teacher.
- The form can be used to facilitate the collection of mid-term feedback.
- Make sure to follow the seven points while collecting mid-term or interim feedback. Tick off items as you go.