CS184 Lost Section Feedback & Suggestions
Hello,

I am administering this survey to learn more about your interests and learning experiences so that I can design an inclusive learning environment. One of my main goals is to understand your interests and what has supported your success. My goal is to take this information to improve my teaching so that I can support your learning and everyone’s learning in this classroom. I am asking all of my students these questions and anyone can answer whichever questions they are comfortable asking. Your responses will not affect course grades and you may choose not to answer or skip any questions.

We are always looking for ideas on how to improve our Lost Section. Please leave any feedback, suggestions, criticisms, and/or complaints in this form. The responses are be anonymous, and will not be shared with anyone outside of course staff.

Here are the questions below:
Feedback, suggestions, criticisms, and/or complaints
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What is your intended major? What factors impacted your decision to pursue this major?
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What are your career goals?
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Why did you take this course? How is this course relevant to your interests?
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What concepts do you anticipate being the most challenging to learn in this course?
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What factors, if any, outside of the classroom impact your success inside the classroom? Please only discuss what you feel comfortable sharing.
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Reflect on your best teachers. What teaching practices have been the most impactful on your learning?
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What things have teachers done, both in high school and in college, that have hindered your learning?
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What else would you like me to know so that I can better support your learning?
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What kind of content do you think would be helpful in this section? (please select all that apply; and select at least one) *
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Anything else you want to share or suggest?
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