Volume 2, Edition 2 – Using Student Input to Improve Teaching

Welcome to this week’s edition of Best Practices Weekly. Today we’ll be discussing best practices for using student input to maximizing teaching opportunities.

When teachers strive to improve their practice, they may or may not ask their direct constituents – their students – for input. An article from the Journal of Staff Development details a systematic and researched way for gathering effective student input.

To get the most out of this week’s topic, watch the short video on this page, then click below to access the rest of this week’s materials and share this page with your colleagues:

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