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IDEA Student Ratings of Instruction Data as a Tool for Faculty Development: Best Practices for Teaching & Learning Centers

Campuses using the IDEA Student Ratings of Instruction (SRI) have a unique opportunity to maximize the impact of course evaluation results to improve teaching and learning. Teaching & Learning Centers, and others on campus devoted to faculty development, may be particularly interested in using the results of IDEA faculty reports to advance their mission. In this webinar, IDEA Faculty Development Specialist David Pollock highlights best practices for Teaching & Learning Centers in the strategic use of student feedback. He also outlines how this valuable resource can contribute to the process of informing change to develop the student learning environment.

Audience:
This webinar is designed for Teaching and Learning Center/faculty development professionals, academic affairs administrators, and program/department chairs.

Presented By:

  • Photo of David Pollock, PhD

    David Pollock, PhD

    Faculty Development Specialist

    IDEA

    plus
  • Photo of Tara Kai

    Tara Kai

    Campus and Faculty Development Specialist

    IDEA

    plus
  • Photo of Chase Cookson, DBA

    Chase Cookson, DBA

    Campus and Faculty Development Specialist

    IDEA

    plus
  • Photo of Peg Balachowski

    Peg Balachowski

    Associate Dean, Teaching and Learning

    Everett Community College

    plus
  • Photo of Jo Clemmons, EdD

    Jo Clemmons, EdD

    Director, The Center for Teaching and Learning

    Point Loma Nazarene University

    plus
  • Photo of Emily-Rose Barry

    Emily-Rose Barry

    Director, Campus Success

    Campus Labs

    plus

IDEA Student Ratings of Instruction Data as a Tool for Faculty Development: Best Practices for Teaching & Learning Centers

Overview

Campuses using the IDEA Student Ratings of Instruction (SRI) have a unique opportunity to maximize the impact of course evaluation results to improve teaching and learning. Teaching & Learning Centers, and others on campus devoted to faculty development, may be particularly interested in using the results of IDEA faculty reports to advance their mission. In this webinar, IDEA Faculty Development Specialist David Pollock highlights best practices for Teaching & Learning Centers in the strategic use of student feedback. He also outlines how this valuable resource can contribute to the process of informing change to develop the student learning environment.

Audience:
This webinar is designed for Teaching and Learning Center/faculty development professionals, academic affairs administrators, and program/department chairs.

Presented By

  • Photo of David Pollock, PhD

    David Pollock, PhD

    Faculty Development Specialist

    IDEA

    plus
  • Photo of Tara Kai

    Tara Kai

    Campus and Faculty Development Specialist

    IDEA

    plus
  • Photo of Chase Cookson, DBA

    Chase Cookson, DBA

    Campus and Faculty Development Specialist

    IDEA

    plus
  • Photo of Peg Balachowski

    Peg Balachowski

    Associate Dean, Teaching and Learning

    Everett Community College

    plus
  • Photo of Jo Clemmons, EdD

    Jo Clemmons, EdD

    Director, The Center for Teaching and Learning

    Point Loma Nazarene University

    plus
  • Photo of Emily-Rose Barry

    Emily-Rose Barry

    Director, Campus Success

    Campus Labs

    plus

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