Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education

 

Authors

Peter Seldin

Date of this Version

1997

Document Type

Article

Comments

To Improve the Academy, published by the Professional and Organizational

Development Network in Higher Education, volume 16, 1997.

Abstract

Student feedback has become the most widely used - and, in many cases, the only - source of information to evaluate and improve teaching effectiveness. Some instructional developers use the approach effectively while others do not. This paper discusses important new lessons learned about what works and what doesn't, key strategies, tough decisions, latest research results, and links between evaluation and development.

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