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Thank a Cardinal

Do you have an instructor at Otterbein . . . .

  • who makes it completely worthwhile to go to class?
  • who makes class content interesting?
  • from whom you've learned a lot?
  • who has changed the way you see yourself or the world?

Or... have you had an instructor like this in the past?

Most teachers never know the impact they have had on our lives. Would you like a chance to send this instructor a thank you?

Thank a prof for the hard work, dedication, and effort that gave you that unforgettable learning experience. We will help by sending a letter to your teacher that conveys your appreciation.

Please note that although we are asking for your name you will remain anonymous.

(i.e. required for major, fulfilled an integrative studies requirement, interested in topic, time class offered fit schedule, influenced by other students’ or professors’ advice and opinions, etc?)
(For example, did you learn a lot? Did the instructor help you develop in some important way? How did the person influence your attitude toward the subject matter or the experience of the class?)
What is your degree status?

Acknowledgement goes to the University Center for the Advancement of Teaching at The Ohio State University for permission to adopt and adapt this form.

/Center for Teaching and Learning

The CTL is located on the 3rd floor of Courtright Memorial Library
p/ 614.823.1035
f/ 614.823.1921
e/ ctl@otterbein.edu


The CTL Studio
Courtright Memorial Library, 3rd Floor
Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.,
or by appointment
p/ 614.823.1064
e/ ctl@otterbein.edu


CTL Staff
Kathryn Plank
p/ 614.823.1034
e/ kplank@otterbein.edu


Colin Saunders
Senior Learning Designer
p/ 614.823.1875
e/ csaunders@otterbein.edu


Peggy McMains
Program Coordinator
p/ 614.823.1035
e/ pmcmains@otterbein.edu


German Vargas Ramos
Instructional Design Support
p/ 614.823.1065
e/ gvargasramos@otterbein.edu

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