The Course Feedback Form consists of a customizable section and a set of questions common to all evaluations.
When customizing your question, consider questions that reflect your teaching situation or approaches. These can give you the best potential feedback.
See Customize Your Feedback for further instructions.
How well did you achieve this learning goal in this course?
|Extremely well, Very Well, Slightly Well, Not well at all|
How useful to you was this course element?
|Extremely useful, Very useful, Slightly useful, not useful at all|
Optional faculty-posed questions
|Closed-ended and open-ended options|
Responses to the question, "What would you like to say about this course to a student who is considering taking it in the future?" are released to Stanford students so they may share their experiences.
|Questions Common to All Evaluations|
|About what percent of the class meetings (including discussions) did you attend in person?||Whole number percentage between 0 and 100|
|About what percent of the class meetings did you attend online?||Whole number percentage between 0 and 100|
|How much did you learn from this course?||A great deal, A lot, A moderate amount, A little, Nothing|
|Overall, how would you describe the quality of the instruction in this course?||Excellent, Good, Fair, Poor, Very Poor|
|What skills or knowledge did you learn or improve?||Open-ended|
|How many hours per week on average did you spend on this course (including class meetings)?||Whole number hours|
|How organized was this course?||Extremely organized, Very organized, Moderately organized, Slightly organized, Not organized at all|
What would you like to say about this course to a student who is considering taking it in the future?
|Would you like to provide any other comments about this course?||Open-Ended|