Get a Heads Up: Gathering Student Feedback to Improve the Design of a Learning Experience

Feedback is a critical component of the teaching and learning process. Teachers are not in short supply of feedback tools to assess student learning. However, there is another purpose for feedback that is underused.  How often is feedback used to improve the design of  a lesson, strategy or structure? In other words, students get an opportunity to evaluate the learning experience not only in terms of what they learned but how they learned, giving a teacher a heads up about what is and isn’t working.   Gathering feedback from learners for…