Feedback with Impact

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I discovered a great article (responding-to-feedback) on giving awesome feedbacks to students with an impact….

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KEVICC CPL

Want to make sure the feedback you give has impact? Feedback that does not require a response, action or some kind of further learning is not really feedback – it’s simply checking. It’s important for sure, but will not necessarily move students on in their learning. The kind of feedback that interests us the most, is the kind that consolidates, extends or deepens learning. Here’s some ideas from departments around the College…

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