How To Provide Effective Student Feedback
Did you know that 98% of students believe that it is important to receive feedback from their instructor and 91% feel that feedback helps them to better understand their progress within their coursework? The big question is, how can teachers make sure they are delivering this effectively?
Providing students with effective feedback is an essential part of the learning process. Feedback has the potential to increase motivation, build on past knowledge, and help students become more independent and self-sufficient learners. As educators continue to face a growing list of responsibilities, it can be difficult to provide consistent feedback to their students in a timely fashion.
We have done some research about student feedback. From our findings we have created an article that will provide you with important statistics, stories and pointers on how educators can provide feedback both effectively and efficiently.
In this article you’ll find:
Want more information on providing student feedback? We are hosting a webinar on Wednesday, December 14 at 12:00PM ET. Jennifer Stauffer from Minneapolis Community and Technical College and Joe DelBuono from Ramapo High School, will be sharing their personal experiences and advice regarding effective feedback strategies. Get more info on the webinar below.