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Using Internal Evidence to Inform Pedagogy: Collecting and Translating Student Data into Actionable Feedback

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Thursday, October 14, 2021 at 11:00am to 12:30pm

Virtual Event

Often, we teach our courses without knowing which aspects of our teaching are most effective and/or how to identify and improve those aspects that could use refinement. Collecting data on student learning and performance in our classroom can help inform continual course enhancement and allow for more targeted refinements. During this interactive workshop, participants will learn how to collect targeted data from their students, which methods may be most appropriate for their learning context, and methods for translating the data they collect into useful and actionable feedback.


Facilitated by Shenira Perez, Assistant Director, Center for the Advancement of Teaching


Fulfills Certificate Requirement: Syllabus and Course Design or Elective

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Academics, Workshops & webinars


Faculty & Staff


Center for the Advancement of Teaching
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