Evaluation of Teaching

Student Feedback

Student Feedback on Teaching (SFT) is one way in which Lakehead University assesses the quality of teaching and student learning experience.

In 2013, Lakehead University started gathering this feedback online in addition to on paper.

Many courses are now evaluated online but professors have the option to continue using paper-based feedback forms for their courses, and as such, students may be asked to complete a mix of paper and online forms.

Encouraging Student Particpation: An Interrogative Approach

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"Encouraging Student Participation: Why It Pays to Sweat the Small Stuff" (post) takes an interrogative approach, inviting instructors "to reflect on the behaviors [they're] using when seeking, listening, and responding to student contributions" so as to encourage greater student participation.

1. "How often do you ask a question and when do you ask it?"

Questions Against Colonization

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1. "Questions Academics Can Ask to Decolonise Their Classrooms" (post) argues that "decolonising the classroom" is not just a matter of "changing the content of what [we] teach" but also requires that we "shift the tasks required to engage with that literature," considering "how different ways of teaching might bring decolonial practices into the classroom."

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