Feedback is an important part of the educational process. It shows students where they are in the learning process and what they need to improve. For that reason Educate-it organises this February the (peer) feedback month.
Do you as a teacher want to get started with assessing written assignments? Do you want your students to offer each other well-structured feedback on assignments? Or an online environment in which students can place pitches?
Offer for teachers
Teachers interested in learning about (peer) feedback and the best ways to use them in education will be invited to take part in various workshops, online trainings and IT tools. A comprehensive list of our offerings can be found on the Educate-it (Peer) feedback month page.
Good feedback bridges the gap between the student’s current level of ability and the level they need to achieve. For feedback to be effective, it must be aligned with the course’s learning objectives and it must motivate students to strive for the ability level that is expected of them. With peer feedback, students receive most of their feedback from their classmates.
Are you interested in knowledge clips but too busy right now to take part in any of our activities? Naturally, the online training courses are available year-round and you can always get in touch with us to get the support you need. In March, our theme will be Engaging education.