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Feedback on Teaching

UMSL has a strong tradition of teaching excellence. Together with the other institutions in the University of Missouri System, UMSL continues on a path to create a comprehensive method for measuring teaching effectiveness to align with a meaningful recognition and reward structure for distinction in teaching.

UMSL faculty deserve a comprehensive, clear, and meaningful process for evaluating their teaching as it pertains to their own professional development goals and prospects for tenure, promotion, or merit recognition. Enhancing teaching effectiveness provides many benefits in the classroom and helps students achieve learning outcomes. Measuring teaching effectiveness relies on feedback and assessment, which improves communication between students and faculty, increases student motivation, advances student learning, and assists instructors in tailoring the course to the needs of students. Teaching that excels in achieving effective student learning must be assessed and rewarded in ways reflecting its high priority to the university, its teachers, and, most importantly, its students.

Resources for Faculty

CoursEval for Students

Mid-semester Feedback

Program Assessment Handbook

Teaching Effectiveness Taskforce