Did you know that Georgia College has a talented cadre of GIFT trained facilitators on campus? This is a great way to institute a formative assessment of your class.
… and several of the facilitators are IC-bGers!
The Center for Engaged Learning, Teaching and Scholarship (CELTS) recognizes the valued faculty who volunteer to assist their colleagues in gaining essential feedback as part of the organization’s Midterm Course Feedback program.
Dr. Jan Clark, John Sirmans, Dr. Bruce Gentry, Kathleen Martin, Heidi Fowler, Dr. Sandra Godwin, and Dr. Cynthia Alby all led confidential feedback sessions for faculty from each of the university’s colleges.
CELTS sincerely thanks each of you for your support. You are part of what makes GC a truly remarkable place to work and teach.
The Midterm Course Feedback program is open to all faculty members. At the invitation of an instructor, a CELTS facilitator-trained in the Group Instructional Feedback Technique (GIFT)–guides students through a 30-minute, group consensus-building process that helps to enhance student learning and achievement.
If you are interested in participating in the program during the Spring 2014 semester, contact Macon McGinley or visit http://www.gcsu.edu/cetl/cetlassessments.htm for more information.