An ArgoGram is a service at the Center for University Teaching, Learning, and Assessment that is designed to give students at the University of West Florida an easy way to express their appreciation to an instructor. ArgoGrams can be sent to any University of West Florida faculty member (professors, instructors, adjunct faculty) or Teaching Assistant.
We all like someone to tell us when we are doing things well. Faculty members value hearing that a student has benefited from and appreciates their efforts. An ArgoGram allows you to send a note of thanks to an instructor whose hard work, dedication, expertise, and efforts have made a meaningful contribution to your education.
Do you have an instructor (a faculty member, instructor, adjunct faculty, or graduate TA) who makes the content of your class especially interesting?
Are you particularly excited about attending class when it is taught by a certain individual?
Have you taken a class from an instructor in which you learned more than you ever expected to learn?
Has an instructor opened your eyes to a new aspect of the world or helped you discover a new skill or competency in yourself?
Tell your instructor how much you value this experience. Sending an ArgoGram lets you tell UWF instructors that you value good teaching.
Messages posted in the ArgoGram system will be screened and printed as part of a letter that explains to the instructor that a student has submitted a note of appreciation on the instructor’s behalf. Messages might be edited slightly to delete typographical errors or fix an error in grammar. Printed letters will be sent to the instructor. Your action will brighten this person’s day.
Click on the link below and complete the form on the ArgoGram message page. You can identify yourself or you can remain anonymous.
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