Presenters: Scott Talan (Assistant Professor, School of Communication), Krisztina Domjan (Professorial Lecturer, Global and Immersive Studies) & Avery Gilliam (Class of 2025)
Time: 3:10 PM – 4:00 PM
What grade would you give the feedback you provide to students? We all know that two of the key things professors do is to grade and to give feedback. But is the method you are using the best way for your students to learn and to grow? We assume ‘feedback is feedback,’ but there is research showing the way the feedback is offered can affect students’ learning, both negatively and positively. In this session we will share and discuss different feedback methods so that attendees can adjust their feedback to have increased value and impact. We will also hear from students’ perspectives on how they apply feedback and what makes feedback constructive.
Identify various feedback methods that have value and impact
Evaluate current and potential feedback methods
Create a revised feedback method to apply to future teaching