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Student Feedback through Consensus (SFC) is a technique that uses guided discussion and consensus to generate clear, prioritized, and confidential student feedback on classroom instruction or curriculum. When you request an SFC, a consultant from the Center for Teaching and Learning guides your students through a consensus-generating process. Request an SFC by completing this form
Got A Question About Teaching?
Teaching consultants are available to individual faculty members, instructional staff, and TAs who wish to discuss teaching concerns and effectiveness as they relate to a particular class.
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Planning for Course Endings
A semester ending teacher question: What will I plan for the closing days of the semester? Here’s one idea: Ask your students to write a headline, using just six to eight words, to summarize what they’ll remember most from your course. Collect these to see what themes emerge and to frame a final discussion. These can also be used to verify that your main message for the course was on track. Visit our TILT blog to read more about it.
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Thank a Teacher
Send a thank you message to an instructor, faculty, instuctor, or TA, who has made a difference in your education.
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