Student Forum survey data – 968 students surveyed, 11/2009:survey Students prefer written projects, practical tasks and many small tests (80%) Students would like to have more feedback (even for A students) – both written and oral individual feedback is helpful (students feel that this feedback is very useful as a learning opportunity) (70%)
Corrective feedback significantly increases student learning One of the most significant activities a teacher can engage in to improve student achievement Effective feedback is timely. Delay in providing students feedback diminishes its value for learning Criterion-referenced feedback provides the right kind of guidance for improving student understanding * Source: http://www.netc.org/focus/strategies/prov.php
* Feedback includes individual project and presentation plus group project with individual components One-on-one feedback and group feedback: 51 students in three sections 77x (51 individual, 13 group meetings, 13 group presentations) Total feedback = 2195 minutes or 37 hours *
360˚ Individual meeting/feedback after topic assignment and after first week (assessed) Immediate feedback after presentation compiled from written notes. (Two-way)written notes Online Peer feedback (group project)feedback
Individual meeting/feedback after topic assignment and after first week (assessed)
Immediate feedback after presentation compiled from written notes. (Two-way)written notes
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