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Midsemester Formative Teaching Feedback

Todd Zakrajsek, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill As you proceed through the semester, you likely have a good idea of how you feel things are going for you as the course instructor. Equally important is the question, "How is it going for your students?" An often overlooked and relatively easy method to identify how your students feel about the course and their learning is to ask them. Although feedback is typically obtained from students through end-of-the-course surveys, information received at that time is too late to put to use to help students in the course. Formative feedback may be obtained from your students at any time during the course. It can be a relatively structured ap

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