There are a few groups on your campus who may be interested in learning about their teaching and who would most immediately benefit from using Feedback.
Adjuncts and New Professors
New employees teaching new classes at a new campus can use all the help we can give them. Feedback provides specific information about students perception of teaching practices, as well as data that helps them know when they need to check in with students.
Faculty in Educational Departments/Colleges
Who better to use data about teaching methods than the Education Faculty? It is an easy to use and formative tool that can reinforce good teaching methodologies while the future teachers of the world are still students.
Faculty working on tenure portfolios
Anyone on a tenure track knows the words teaching, research, and service! Use Feedback reports for clear and useful evidence of good teaching for the tenure portfolio.
Faculty who want to learn something new about an old class
Sometimes things just feel old and stale. Is it the content or could it be our teaching? Feedback can help any faculty member make informed decisions about changes they want to make to their courses.
Teachers teaching brand new courses or units
New content or classroom activities? Don’t let teaching methods get in the way of the curriculum. Using Feedback when you're trying something new can help you clearly determine what is going right and what could use some adjusting.
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL)
Feedback provides data that can be used for Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) projects in any department.