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Interpreting and responding appropriately to student feedback is an important component of using feedback to improve student learning, courses, and programs. Beyond formative feedback, instructors can use analytics to generate and address critical questions.

When you review your end-term course feedback reports, bear in mind that the questions are designed to direct students’ attention towards their own learning. Their answers should reflect how much and how well students learned in your course.

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Key dates for end-term feedback

Check the dates for end-term feedback for the academic year.

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Frequently asked questions

Get answers to some common questions.