Feedback Survey

Essential Details

Interaction Type People Time Stakes

✖​​ Learner-to-Learner

​ Learner-to-Instructor

★ Learner-to-Content

​ Individual

 With Others

 Asynchronous

✖ Synchronous

★ Low-Stakes

✖ High-Stakes

Description

Ask students how the course and the course facilitation is going.

Example

At the mid-point of the course, you ask students in an informal, non-graded survey several questions. Students state whether they agree or disagree on a 5 point Likert Scale on the following questions.

  1. This course was well organized.
  2. The course assignments were clear.
  3. The instructor broke up the course with discussions or other activities.
  4. The instructor made an attempt to learn my name.
  5. I received regular feedback.
  6. The class assignments and activities were meaningful to me as a learner. 
  7. Compared with other classes I'm taking, this course is very interesting to me.

Bloom's level

The level in bold indicates this activity’s place within Bloom’s Taxonomy of learning (Cognitive Domain). Higher-levels contains lower-levels within it.

Level Action

Sixth

Create

Fifth

Evaluate

Fourth

Analyze

Third

Apply

Second

Understand

 First

★ Remember

Verb

State

Tools

  • Canvas Quiz
  • Qualtrics

Teaching Goal

The one main teaching goal for your activity

Check for Understanding