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Evaluating a Course
A range of techniques can provide feedback about your teaching, including quick on-the-spot techniques, like a one-minute paper, to those that take a little more time, like a focus group or a classroom observation. The CETL staff are available to help you choose and carry out the evaluation methods that are the best fit for your course. In addition, Barbara Masi, the director of assessment in the Office of the Dean, is available for consultation on the issues of how students are learning and how this learning can be improved. This information is a fundamental part of the evaluation process.
There are many ways to evaluate your teaching. These include: