Chapter 7: Feedback and Assessment
Chapter 7 opens by delving into recent research around what makes for effective feedback, and presents common challenges teachers face in providing that feedback. Neebe and Roberts detail six strategies for stronger feedback in the 1:1 classroom, including instant feedback, peer feedback, global feedback, frequent feedback, audio feedback, and reflecting on feedback. The second half of the chapter focuses on assessing unconventional assignments, such as video, podcasts, websites, blogs, digital portfolios, and multimedia presentations.
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Tools For Instant Feedback
Tools for Frequent Feedback
Tools For Audio Feedback
Tools For Reflecting on Feedback
- Digital portfolios with Paul Solarz Video
- Student Photography Blogs Carly | Megan
- Assessment of a discussion board with schoology Video
- Digital Portfolios for Diana's US Lit Students Website
- Common Comments for ELA Frequent Feedback
- Writing Felonies Videos from Kevin Brookhouser
- Diana's Writing Process Videos
- Avoiding Death by PowerPoint