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Midterm Course Evaluations

On February 21st the Profhacker blog posted a simple technique for gathering information from students on how well a course is going using a collaborative assessment method. The article is titled “Conducting Your Midterm Evaluations Publicly with Google Docs. ” May want to also spend some time reviewing the comments section — there are some interesting nuggets in the postings.

How comfortable would you be making student course feedback public? Do  collaborative responses lead to group think/response?

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