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Interpreting and Responding to Learner Feedback
This presentation presented on trends and tips in responding to learner feedback.
Presented by Drs. Kim Filer and Danielle Lusk of the Center for Instructional Development and Education Research at Virginia Tech
- Identify trends in evaluations that can inform teaching
- Determine which feedback warrants pedagogical and other changes
- Develop an understanding that there is a difference between a few bad evaluations and a whole class perception
- Develop a template of advice or a decision tree (diagnostic approach) to responding to feedback
PowerPoint: Interpreting and Responding to Learner Feedback
It’s Not What You Think, It’s How You Think
The presentation was on optimizing learner performance by focusing more on HOW they think rather than WHAT they should know.
Presented by: Dr. Jeffrey Wiese of Tulane University Health Science Center
PowerPoint: It’s Not WHAT You Think, It’s HOW You Think