Andy Tibble, Innovation Faculty Developer, Fall 2014

Small Group Instructional Diagnosis

Have you ever wondered what your students are really thinking about your class?  Have you ever wished there was a way to hear from the whole group rather than a few “squeaky wheels”?  Would you like to get timely student feedback so you could take action early to improve the learning environment?  Take the time to learn about Small Group Instructional Diagnosis.  This is an interactive assessment procedure that can be completed quickly and provides confidential, consensus-based feedback to the instructor.  Conducting SGIDs gives students a greater sense of participation in their own learning and allows instructors to plan meaningful changes to their instruction.

To get more information about this professional development initiative, contact Andy at .