Though faculty are often skeptical of student evaluations, research suggests that student evaluations are an effective tool for evaluating teaching. Here is a link to a meta-study that surveys the results of approximately 1500 other studies on student evaluations:
Cashin, "Student Ratings on Teaching: The Research Revisited"
Here are some of the major ...
One place to look is in the following source:
National Research Council. Evaluating and Improving Undergraduate Teaching in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, 2003.
There is free online access, and Chapter 5 (Evaluation Methodologies), includes a section specifically on Self-Evaluation for STEM ...
This is just a minor addition, but I talk to my students about it. In class I sometimes stop to take little show of hands surveys, e.g. "do you guys like it better if I start with an example and move on to the general formula, or vice versa?" After each exam and quiz I ask students personally how they felt about it, whether it was too hard or too easy, when ...
Consider a less technological solution
Students, especially in modern times, are already using a big bunch of different online platforms and their functionalities. Adding one more is not a good solution, and, in particular, since it is voluntary, it would likely not get used that much anyway.
At NTNU each course has a group of student representatives (...
My own assessment is:
Teaching training: do training, a lot:
Enroll courses (better outside your area)
Read blogs from teachers
Do you know latest teaching theories
Do you know what other countries do?
Do you know any rellevant teacher outside your country?
Do you know any other collegues outside your ...