Small Group Instructional Diagnosis (SGID) Training
Small Group Instructional Diagnosis (SGID) is a simple and straightforward method of mid-term course evaluation that uses an outside facilitator to conduct a discussion with students and to provide feedback to an instructor. SGIDs are used to enhance communication between students and teachers, allow for mid-semester course adjustments, develop ideas for strengthening a course, and give students and professors an opportunity to reflect on what works in the classroom. This training will focus on how to conduct a SGID. Small stipends are available to those conducting SGIDs. Note: SGIDs are used to enhance teaching effectiveness and are not official student assessments as designated by Section 3.2 of the Master Agreement. Tuesday facilitator is Susan Hill; Wednesday facilitator is Deedee Heistad.
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