Drake Institute, registrar launch summer formative feedback pilot

This summer, the Michael V. Drake Institute for Teaching and Learning and the Office of the Registrar have launched a formative feedback survey pilot to determine an opt-in method for instructors to collect early feedback can be deployed to for all who teach.

The Drake Institute has always recommended that instructors use formative feedback to support teaching excellence—most often through individual administration of questions or through SGIDs (Small Group Instructional Diagnoses) -- but recently the Institute and Office of the Registrar leadership have worked with Blue (Explorance) to consider a more scalable solution, allowing Ohio State teachers to easily deploy customizable formative feedback surveys in Carmen.  

This pilot has received support from the SEI Oversight Committee, Office of Academic Affairs leadership, and Undergraduate Student Government. 

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