Instructional Observation

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Staff from the Walker Center for Teaching and Learning are available for instructional observation to provide you with feedback about your teaching. 


Want an Outside Opinion? Try a Small Group Instructional Diagnosis (SGID)

Small Group Instructional Diagnosis (SGID) is a process that elicits consensus from the students about how a class is progressing. Staff from the WCTL have students break up into small groups to discuss the course as a whole. The professor leaves the classroom to allow students to give full disclosure and honesty about the course. 


Classroom Observation/Peer Evaluation

Arrangements can be made for a staff member from the WCTL to observe a class as you teach. Staff attend the class and observe presentation styles and lecture skills. Feedback from the observation is discussed in a confidential follow-up meeting.