What do you wish more professors would do?

What do you wish more professors would do?

As part of our  Teaching and Learning Week event, we interviewed several DU students to hear what they had to say about their course learning experience.  Almost all the students were very pleased with their experience as a student at DU, but they did provide some constructive feedback for faculty members to improve the learning experience in the classroom.  Watch this video to listen to some comments from those interviews.

 

What do you wish more professors would do?

DU Student Panel: What You’ve Always Wanted to Know from Students but Were Afraid to Ask

How can I provide meaningful feedback to my students? How do I create a positive classroom environment? What is the best way to organize group projects? How can I get students to take responsibility for their own learning? Student panelists from various disciplines will share their perspectives about these topics and others through an interactive dialogue with attendees. Each student will answer a series of questions related to their experiences as DU students and audience members will be invited to ask their own questions about what makes a great learning experience.
Student Panelists:
Kerry-Ann Lewis Pearcy, Research Methods and Statistics Program, 2nd Year Morgridge College of Education
Michael Moore, BSBA Marketing & Political Science, 1st Year MBA
Lauren Ruth, Graduate School of Social Work – 2nd Year MSW
Marie Spence, Psychology &Sociology – 2nd Year AHSS Undergraduate

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