|Schedule a SGID in your classroom for mid semester feedback|
Small Group Instructional Diagnosis (SGID) is a voluntary, confidential feedback process that enables instructors to get frank, useful comments from students on a course that is still in progress. Designed to increase communication between the students and the instructor, with the aim of improving learning in the class, the process uses small group student interviews to identify strengths of the course, areas of student concern, and possible ways to address those concerns. If you request a SGID, a trained faculty facilitator will collect information from your students (taking about 20 minutes of class time), write it up into a report for you, and discuss with you student perceptions regarding their learning in the class.
To schedule an SGID, please contact Jana Hollands at email@example.com or 777-4998. For more information on the process call Anne Kelsch at 777-4233.
-- Anne Kelsch, Director of Instructional Development, OID, firstname.lastname@example.org, 777-4233