Fast and Effective Feedback 1-Day Institute: Reducing Correction More Quickly as a Third-Stage Tool - Part 3

Details

This session discusses techniques for reducing written correction and encouraging students to take a more active role in the correction cycle. We explore practical techniques for correcting work more quickly as well as reducing the total amount of work you need to mark in the first place. One key element of this process is using third-stage correction tools which ensure students play a role in reviewing their own and their peers’ work, and ensure students more readily take up your advice.

Objectives and Outcomes

  • Learn activities and routines for marking student work in a timely fashion
  • Explore technology that helps teachers quickly collate, assess and respond to student work
  • Learn how to identify what elements of work students can self and peer-correct
  • Discuss how to create feedback so that students are more likely to act on that advice immediately

Additional Information

SKU CONF2020LAI
Session Session 3 - 1:45pm - 3:30pm
Day Day 4
Topic Assessment, Student Engagement

This session discusses techniques for reducing written correction and encouraging students to take a more active role in the correction cycle. We explore practical techniques for correcting work more quickly as well as reducing the total amount of work you need to mark in the first place. One key element of this process is using third-stage correction tools which ensure students play a role in reviewing their own and their peers’ work, and ensure students more readily take up your advice.

Objectives and Outcomes

  • Learn activities and routines for marking student work in a timely fashion
  • Explore technology that helps teachers quickly collate, assess and respond to student work
  • Learn how to identify what elements of work students can self and peer-correct
  • Discuss how to create feedback so that students are more likely to act on that advice immediately