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Faculty Development: Small Group Instructional Feedback (SGIF)

Source for your MSU Faculty Development Needs



Need feedback to improve your students’ learning experiences and potentially improve your end-of-course ratings? ‚Äč

You might be interested in participating in the FDC's Small Group Instructional Feedback (SGIF).

About SGIF:  SGIF provides the opportunity for faculty to work with a facilitator to gather feedback from groups of student in their course (for about 25-30 minutes) about what is helping them learn and what could be improved. It also places extremes student opinions in context which, in turn, increases the validity of students' feedback and improve students' motivation.

Facilitator: Firm Faith Watson, Director, Faculty Development Center

When:  Midway in the semester 
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Director, Faculty Development Center