Last year I used this Mid-Year Student Survey, which yielded great results. Unfortunately I already used it in October when I needed student feedback.
I decided to write a quick spring semester student survey with only 5 questions:
- What goals do you have for this semester in this class?
- What are you going to do differently this semester?
- What good things are you going to keep doing this semester?
- What’s the most important thing Mr. D can do to help you be successful this semester?
- Additional questions or concerns:
2. What are you going to do differently this semester?As usual, a lot of food for thought. The document is designed to be printed two to a page (landscape) to save paper.
"Try not to talk as much, but it seems is gonna take a while"
3. What good things are you going to keep doing this semester?
"Si puedo, intentaré ayudar a mis compañeros." ["If I can, I'll try to help my friends."]
4. What's the most important thing Mr. D can do...?
"Nothing cause he's good, and he knows how to teach"
"Help the people who really need it or if someone misses a day help those b/c they will feel lost such as I did due to missing class b/c of college stuff"
"Nothing. I have to be the one to help myself."
"help me; push me to do better"
"keep class quiet which is impossible <- in French accent" 5. Additional questions or concerns:
"I like math a little more now!!!"
"I want to thank you :P for being a good teacher. And trying hard for your students."
"Thank you for been good Teacher :)"
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