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Facilitating vs delivering

Posted on: December 16, 2020

Today I offer another reason why the one-size-fits-all type of end of course evaluations are not valid.
 

 
I have reflected on how I design and implement my classes and workshops to facilitate learning. I do not try to deliver content. The difference is like showing others how to prepare meals vs serving meals to them.

You would not evaluate a chef and a Grab delivery person the same way. Each has their role and worth, so each should be judged for that. Likewise student feedback on teaching (SFT) must cater to the design and implementation of a course.

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