With OMET surveys available to students as of April 2, it’s time to start thinking about how to best implement this tool to get rich, meaningful feedback from students. The most obvious way to get this feedback is to make sure that students take the survey. You can dedicate 10-15 minutes at the end of a lesson to give your students time to fill it out and leave the room so that they feel comfortable giving honest answers. Another way to ensure students complete the survey is to offer a few extra credit points to those who do. One way to track this is to have students email a snapshot of the completion prompt to an administrator or teaching assistant who can compile a list of names on your behalf. More tips can be found on the OMET website.