SGID classroom visits: Improve your course through anonymous student feedback

In Announcements, by , on March 17th, 2015

SGID sessions are an approach to gathering student feedback for faculty who are interested in increasing student learning.  This is a unique opportunity to connect with your students and potentially improve student evaluations.  SGID is an especially helpful tool for pre-tenure faculty or for any faculty members who would like to explore their teaching and their students’ learning. Information gathered through SGID is not shared with anyone except the faculty member and the process is entirely voluntary.  Visits ideally take place around midterms. For more information about how SGID works, or to set up an appointment, please contact Instructional Support.

SGID Session Information Sheet