50 Gathering feedback


The process of gathering feedback is different when teaching online, as there is no easy way to gauge your students’ reactions. Therefore, we recommend that you seek your students’ feedback on an ongoing basis. This can be achieved informally; through questions during lectures, or formally; by using tools such as Microsoft Forms.

We recommend that you encourage students to provide feedback through Microsoft Forms as it can be anonymous and students won’t see each others work.

For more information, refer to: A New Environment

 

Based on Microsoft Teams update on: August 27, 2021

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Teaching with MSTeams by Dave Cormier; Anas Al-Chalabi; Bailey Csabai; Chris Nardone; Devin Wacheski; Elijah Annoh-Waithe; Jykee Pavo; Laura Small; Lawrence Villacorte; Lorenzo Pernasilici; Marianne Kantati; Mikayla Bornais; Mitchel Macmillan; Mohamed Eldabagh; Nafeesa Sohail; Norman Ha; Tariq Al-Rfouh; and Kristen Swiatoschik is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.

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