Small Group Instructional Feedback

Posted: November 6, 2015 in Uncategorized

Sometimes we need to look into the mirror at our own teaching styles and techniques. When the mirror isnt enough, we might need a microscope and a team of scientists to help us see things more clearly. The Small Group Instructional Feedback technique is a pretty phenomenal way to get an idea of what our students are saying. This technique gets a facilitator to moderate a series of questions for small groups. This information is shared with the instructor at a later date, and a plan of action is prepared.

There are a lot of other feedback techniques that help instructors assess their performance. This one happens to be my favourite, but maybe you’ve had luck with another?

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