During remote instruction, there are many elements that are changing with the way your course operates — the way you deliver content, engage students, provide feedback, assess learning, and the environment in which learning takes place. With all these changes, you are trying new approaches and developing different skill sets. Likewise, students are experiencing those changes — along with changes in where, how, and what resources are available to them as they learn. Therefore, it is important to solicit feedback from students on their experiences with the course to see how successful those approaches have been, and what changes you may want to make.
The tips presented here address the questions: How can you understand your students’ remote experiences with your course? How can you gather and respond to students’ feedback during the semester?