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Feedback through written dialogue

Feedback through written dialogue

See it in action:

  • Feedback through written dialogue

    Feedback through written dialogue

    Slides from the Jan 2012 showcase.

  • A Blended Learning Approach using Groups, Discussion Boards and Blogs

    A Blended Learning Approach using Groups, Discussion Boards and Blogs

    A walkthrough of Katja Stuerzenhofeckers Religion, Culture & Gender course which makes use of collaborative tools to support student led discussions, and peer assessment and feedback.

This presentation offers two models of formative feedback on students' achievement of unfamiliar learning opportunities (learning journals and student-led discussions) through written dialogue between the student and the lecturer.

One model opens with the student's self-assessment, the other with the lecturer's assessment. In both cases, the student and the lecturer exchange a feedback form via Blackboard to record their conversation. The presentation will introduce both feedback processes and offer some of the positive and negative experiences from the student and lecturer perspectives that have been made over a number of years.

Benefits:

This teaching method strongly supports the development of student's self-assessment skills.