Many sources of feedback are available to instructors to inform their teaching, including: self-reflection, students’ mid-semester feedback, peer review of teaching, and end-of-term evaluations. Instructors should feel empowered to determine what methods fit the needs and context of their situation and to try out different approaches over time. Before collecting feedback, instructors should consider the purpose of the feedback such as determining whether a particular strategy is working, checking in on the effectiveness of a particular discussion, or understanding if changes in the direction of a course is warranted. After determining the purpose of collecting feedback, instructors should consider what type(s) of feedback to collect and the timing for doing so. The Poorvu Center is available to support instructors as they gather feedback on their teaching via individual consultations, facilitation of small-group feedback sessions with students, or classroom observations.