OLFM Workshop/Planning/Track 1
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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.)
- 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.