Technology can help with learning and teaching in many ways.
A sure-fire successful starting point for seeing wins with technology in your classroom is by using technology to support feedback for your learners.
In today’s infographic, I share five approaches and many more tools you can choose to use to help you promote effective feedback.
The different ideas shared are built upon long-standing knowledge such as:
- feedback should be timely,
- feedback should be formative (as learners disengage with feedback once they have learned their grades) and that,
- feedback should ideally be personal to the recipient,
- tools used for facilitating feedback should be consistent.
I hope you find these five approaches useful and good starters for conversations about how you can use technology to promote effective feedback for students in your classroom, department or school.