Tired of pouring over students’ work and spending hours grading? Are you frustrated that the feedback you give to students seems to go unnoticed/unused? Do you wonder how to make the feedback you give more effective?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, this workshop is for you! Together we will reflect on our current feedback practices including the individual and disciplinary assumptions that inform them. Participants will explore the connection between feedback and student learning, and learn about giving feedback that is actionable, timely, and efficient. Through activities and discussion, you will craft an individual plan that incorporates evidence-based feedback strategies that are transparent, time-saving, and effective into your teaching practice.
After attending this session, participants should be able to:
* Reflect on their individual and disciplinary assumptions related to feedback
* Identify the role that feedback plays in student learning
* Apply effective feedback practices informed by the science of learning.
* Develop a plan to deliver feedback that advances student learning in their specific courses and disciplinary context.
Columbia University makes every effort to accommodate individuals with disabilities. Contact ColumbiaCTL@columbia.edu
or 212.854.1692 for accommodations.
This event may be photographed. For concerns, contact ColumbiaCTL@columbia.edu