Current recommendations text:
At in-person workshops, we use sticky notes for getting feedback after each module. The Carpentries offers a Google Form template for this purpose. If choosing an alternative, the key elements of this are:
- Respondent anonymity
- Classifying feedback as positive/negative (or learned/question or keep/change etc)
- Prompt and collaborative review by the instructional team
- Addressing concerns at the start of the next session
Suggested new text:
At in-person workshops, we use sticky notes for getting feedback before lunch and at the end of each day. These are called “minute cards”. For online workshops, we offer a Google Form minute cards template. You must create a new copy of the Google Form for each time you will collect minute cards. One member of the instructional team should copy responses into the Etherpad and the active Instructor should address concerns at the start of the next session.
Also recommended to change template questions to:
- What went well?
- What could be improved?
- If you had any technical questions or software issues, please describe.