Episode 61: How to Use Student Feedback to Improve your Online Course with Dr. Luke Hobson
In episode 61 of the Lecture Breakers podcast, Dr. Luke Hobson shares his step-by-step process for how to use student feedback to improve your online course.
I know many of you have spent a significant amount of time and energy redesigning your courses the past few months. As a member of Lecture Breakers community, I also know you are giving everything you have to your students.
You’re always looking for ways to break up your lectures and design activities to help students succeed. That’s what makes you an amazing educator. It shows you care. And part of caring is checking in with your students and getting their feedback so you know what’s working and what isn’t from their perspective.
And that’s what this episode is all about.
Luke takes us inside his mixed methods approach to student feedback. He talks about the importance of having the right mindset when reviewing student feedback. He also shares what questions to ask your students and how to establish trust with your students so they feel they can share their honest feedback.
Grab a pen and a piece of paper for this one. You’re probably going to want to take a few notes and outline this process for your courses!
- How to use a step-by-step mixed methods approach to getting student feedback about your course.
What questions to ask yourself before you begin getting feedback from students.
- What questions to ask your students about the course, when to ask those questions, and in what format.
- How to establish trust with your students so they feel they can share their honest feedback with you.
- How to prioritize feedback, save time, and make the right changes for you, your students, and your course.
- Learn more about Luke and read his blog on his website: drlukehobson.com
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- Learn more about how to revise a course using student feedback in this blog post and podcast episode.
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