The end of semester is a good time for you to do as you ask of your students: reflect upon your course and your delivery of the course. Taking time to consider successful and unsuccessful moments in the course can give you inspiration for making changes so the next time you offer the course you’ll be more confident and your students will have the opportunity to be more successful. Read more about suggestions for an end of the semester review in the attached PDF.
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You may have plans to work on your course over the winter break, and this is the perfect time to do some focused reflection on how things went this semester. This Teaching Tip presents suggestions for questions to ask when doing a self-critique in preparation for revision.
Finals are over and hopefully mostly graded. The real end is in sight and our eyes are all firmly fixed ahead toward the quiet green of summer. However, right now there’s a great opportunity to do as much to improve your teaching next semester as anything.
Course development is an ever-evolving process. We tweak and adjust for many reasons. Maybe we decide an activity didn’t quite work the way we intended, or we discover new content to share with students. Early planning can make the revision process more efficient and less stressful.