Teacher's Takeaway
Aug 30, 2017

Marking and Feedback

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Edited: Nov 23, 2017

Are you spending too much time marking and not enough time giving feedback? How can we ensure our feedback has real impact on student progress? This video can help....

 

celeste.gaskell
Sep 4, 2017

Totally agree with this post. My learners really develop their work when I review with them and give verbal feedback - easier to do in a flipped class. Also - peer to peer feedback works well in this context.

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