A mid-course feedback survey is a valuable tool to gather information from students that instructors can use to make appropriate changes to their courses when applicable. The following question bank provides a wide variety of questions related to students’ perceptions of how the course is going in general as well as in terms of diversity, inclusion, equity, and accessibility.
Instructors who wish to implement any or all of these questions can use the Google Forms template below. Detailed step-by-step instructions for using the template, including adding or modifying the questions to best suit individual courses, can be found below.
Please indicate your level of agreement with the following statements. [Likert scale: strongly agree – strongly disagree]
Please indicate your level of agreement with the following statements. [Likert scale: strongly agree-strongly disagree]
Preview template here.
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