If you began teaching online in January, you’re now well into the spring semester, and it’s a good time to gather some informal feedback from your students. You might ask your students for feedback about the first few weeks of the course, for example, especially if you transitioned from online to a face-to-face or hybrid format during that time. Finding out what is or isn’t working for your students can help you improve your teaching and your students’ learning now, while they can benefit from it. And it can help with the long-term development of your teaching skills as well.
For more information on gathering mid-semester feedback from students, check out this CITL resource.