The Dynamic Learning Dialogue is an early to mid-semester evaluation technique that provides instructors with rich qualitative feedback from their students regarding the learning environment in a course. Feedback obtained from a Dynamic Learning Dialogue can be used for focused reflections on one’s teaching to enhance classroom interactions, student learning, and teaching strategies. See below for more information.

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Confidentiality Statement

It is the policy of the Center for Faculty Enrichment to respect the confidentiality of the consultation process. All correspondence and information associated with our office is securely filed. Center staff and consultants will not share faculty private information except to confirm when asked, that you have taken advantage of our services. The Center’s feedback process has no bearing on promotion or tenure decisions and is in no way associated with standard departmental evaluative reports.

Adapted from: http://www.nyu.edu/cte/confidential-teaching-consultations.html