Benefits, Impact and Process of Early Course Evaluations | Center for Teaching Excellence | Duquesne University

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Feedback has an impact but it’s how you interpret that feedback that can be the most beneficial.  This website gives five tips on how you should interpret feedback.  It is based on an article written by Connie Buskist and Jan Hogan. 


One of the best pieces of advice was shared at the latest Curator’s Teaching Summit. Read the feedback that you’ve received and then put it in your desk and walk away. Don’t look at it for a week and when you come back to look at again the feedback will appear more constructive and not as first appeared.