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“Giving effective feedback without burning out”

This is a past event.

Wednesday, March 10, 2021 at 2:00pm to 3:30pm

Virtual Event

Fatigue. Stress. Boredom. Apathy. Frustration. These symptoms may hit us when we are engaged in labor-intensive feedback practices. However, giving feedback is important to student success. If you have incorporated alternative assessments such as writing projects and discussion posts into your classes, you might be wondering how to most efficiently and effectively grade this student work without hitting peak burnout. This workshop focuses on research-based strategies for giving students helpful feedback without inordinately increasing grading labor and time. Strategies include learning-focused feedback, student engagement with feedback, and rubrics. We will outline different types of rubrics and rubric designs. Examples of writing task designs and feedback practices of faculty from various disciplines will be shared.

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Center for the Advancement of Teaching
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