Tuesday, May 21 • 11:30am - 12:00pm
Facilitating Learning and Community Using Actionable Formative Feedback

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 Feedback can occur as a powerful stream of potentially useful information to improve student engagement and learning experience. But that flow is often both unidirectional and 'unfinished'. Without technology, it can also be time-consuming and tiring process. This presentation describes a few case studies of using a social feedback technology in classrooms because we were interested in closing the feedback loop. We recognize that, for many students, this can often only be fully achieved by facilitating confidential feedback. We recognize the importance of bidirectional 'dynamic feedback', in which students and instructors respond to each other in constructive, ongoing, iterative 'conversations'. The prize of using dynamic feedback technology is an enhanced learning environment.

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Yeona Jang

Executive Vice President & Adjunct Professor, Explorance

Peter Baccile

Executive Director of the Center for Interactive Teaching & Learning, Washtenaw Community College

Tuesday May 21, 2019 11:30am - 12:00pm
Mission Beach AB