Providing an instructor with feedback about a course is not only helpful to the instructor, but can benefit you and your fellow students. In a self-study environment like Udemy, the ratings and reviews are very insightful. I also receive feedback from students via my Facebook group and other social media locations.
In one of my courses in Udemy, Learn a Simple Approach to Creating an Online Video Course, I’ve recently added two new course videos for my students. Both of these videos are responses to questions I’ve been asked by students.
Value of Leaving Course Feedback for an Instructor
If you’re already a student in the course, you’ll find the first new video in Section 1. It teaches how to provide a Udemy rating and review, and how to edit feedback or a rating if you’d like to make a change. I also touch on the value of leaving feedback about a course – whether it’s for a course in Udemy or other online platform. (see embedded video below)
The second video is in Section 4 – Bonus Material. I share my decision about using talking head (or direct-to-camera) videos for this particular course.
As you take a course, please consider providing your instructor with feedback, and feel free to ask questions. It not only benefits you and provides opportunity to increase your learning and retention of the content, but it helps the instructor improve in their technique and in the content they provide for all students.
Link to the above, embedded video: https://youtu.be/4XOJMBuZHfI
Vickie Maris is a podcaster, author, instructor, musician, & Lean Six Sigma Black Belt who passionately shares insights on teamwork, leadership, learning & life. In her eclectic life, she plays acoustic guitar and piano accordion, is a singer/songwriter, and performs in the band Scott Greeson and Trouble With Monday. She and her hubby, Scott Greeson, live on a hobby farm in Indiana with llamas, rabbits, a Jack Russell Terrier, Connemara pony and one, in-charge, cat. Vickie also has an Etsy shop in which she sells llama roving, yarn and Angora rabbit fluff.