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Revision as of 13:56, 1 April 2014
Kelly Warnock, Ken Munroe, John O'Brien
After this workshop, participants will be able to:
- Describe their views on effective feedback
- Plan opportunities to give feedback on formative learning activities.
- Create meaningful rubrics for their courses
- Use assessment and communication tools on Blackboard
1. What is effective feedback?
2. How do we give students feedback? (what kind, how often, what modality, etc.)
Welcome letter (video, bio, etc.) Role of OLFM as coach Student Communication Tool (how to use it, tips for modifications)
- Learning activities
- Just-in-time Teaching
- 12 Principles of Good Assessment & Feedback
- Feedback Notes for Staff
- Reshaping feedback and assessment
- Re-engineering Assessment Practices in Higher Education
- Effective Assessment in a Digital Age
- ASKe: Assessment Standards Knowledge exchange
- New ways of giving feedback
- ASKe video resources
- Making peer feedback work in three easy steps!
- Adopting a social constructivist approach to assessment in three easy steps!
- The Power of Feedback
- Scoping a vision for formative e-assessment
- Facilitating productive use of feedback in higher education
- Making Sense of Assessment Feedback in Higher Education
- Simple changes to homework improved student learning
- Initial Course Feedback (Introductions/welcome letter, Navigating the Course)
- Preparing for Assignments
- Formative Feedback
Feedback on Assignments
- Student Data (categories of student interactions/submissions)
- Audio feedback
- Discuss effective strategies
- Problem-Solving / Case Studies
- Evaluating Rubrics
- Presentation (on key issues/research)
- Teaching and Learning Portal
- The portal is where participants will collaborate and record their learning during the workshop.