Student to Teacher Feedback
I’m not sure how I omitted this conversation “relationship.” It is just as important as all of the other conversations about learning.. My teaching improved when I explicitly asked for feedback, especially midway through a course. It is a challenge to read about your weaknesses as a teacher, but it is the only way to improve. In my experience feedback is honest and helpful when students can give it anonymously, the teacher shares the results of the feedback, and plans for using it.
Here are some helpful ideas from a middle school teacher.
“By using student feedback to improve your teaching, you build a better classroom. Learn how you can start gathering student feedback on your teaching to modify … to giving the survey, how does Mr. Ronevich encourage student voice in his classroom.”
Measures of Effective Teaching: Student Feedback – Teaching Channel