Faculty Formative Feedback Project

Instructional faculty (lecturers and tenure-track faculty) looking for alternatives to the traditional Student Perspectives of Teaching (SPOT) feedback can now participate in a voluntary collaborative project. The purpose of the Faculty Formative Feedback Project (FFFP) is to provide instructors with collaborative feedback on instructional practices with an eye toward increased student engagement and better meeting the diverse needs of students.  

Instructors are paired with an FFFP Partner for this work. This partnership allows instructional faculty to collect valuable data from students during the semester that allows the immediate application to the classroom. Faculty participation is voluntary and not tied to university or program evaluative measures, allowing instructors to gather information from a variety of sources through a system that is solely focused on support and opportunity for personal growth.