MID: It Helps the Facilitator’s Teaching, Too!

The Midterm Instructional Diagnosis (MID) is a way for faculty to find out what students believe is helping and hindering their learning at a point in the semester when there is time to make adjustments.

But it’s also a way for faculty to consider ways to improve their teaching practice when they facilitate a MID for a colleague.  

Sam Wallace, professor in Communication, discusses how both receiving a MID and facilitating one for others makes him a better teacher.  

Registration for receiving and facilitating a MID for spring is open now.  Click here to read more about the MID and register.

How receiving a MID helps my teaching

How facilitating a MID helps my teaching

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