Are you a passionate educator seeking to elevate your teaching methods to the next level? The key to honing your skills lies within the invaluable feedback of your students and colleagues. This guide will empower you with the knowledge and tools to gather actionable feedback from your students and colleagues – feedback that will help you refine your teaching practices and skyrocket your effectiveness in the classroom. Welcome to our comprehensive guide on collecting and utilizing feedback in higher education.

Our guide is based on proven strategies that allow you to:

  • Identify Opportunities: Understand the areas in your teaching methods that hold the most potential for improvement.  
  • Transform Your Teaching: Turn feedback into actionable steps that lead to significant transformation in your teaching.
  • Enhance the Ownership Experience: Learn how to create an enriching learning environment that your students will love being part of.
  • Reciprocity: Instill a culture of mutual respect and open communication where giving and receiving feedback becomes a natural, beneficial exchange.

Embark on a transformative journey towards teaching excellence. Understand your strengths, uncover opportunities for growth, and build a thriving learning environment that inspires your students.

With our guide, you’ll not only gain insights into your teaching methods, but also learn how to use feedback as a powerful tool for continuous improvement and innovation. From understanding when to seek feedback, to deciding what questions to ask and how to ask them, this guide is your ticket to transforming your teaching and enhancing your competitiveness in the academic job market. 

Ready to take your teaching to new heights? Dive into our comprehensive guide today!


Cynthia Korpan, PhD
ITeach: Certification in Higher Ed Inc

About me

I have over 18 years experience in Educational Development in Higher Education and over 35 years related to workplace learning. As the former Director of Teaching Excellence at the University of Victoria, I garnered significant experience in developing programs and courses, teaching undergraduates, graduate students, and professors, and mentoring many about learning and teaching in higher education. In 2017, I was honoured with the Educational Developers Caucus Leadership Award for my national work related to educational development. My research focuses on early career academics’ first teaching in the academic workplace. This work and my expertise has been and continues to be shared with institutions around the world, such as Canada, the United States, China, Uganda, Pakistan, and Ghana.

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