Free 45-minute Webcast
“The Network Effect”: Amplification and Opportunities for Global Feedback
Student Success Week 2015 | Exploring the Intersection of Writing with Technology
How can teachers extend the impact of feedback for learning by publishing to the world at large? In this session, we’ll look at digital and social tools that allow students to publish their work and solicit feedback from a worldwide audience for perspective and improvement, upgrading the way students turn work in.
Michael Fisher is an instructional coach and educational consultant specializing in the intersection between instructional technology and curriculum design, which he calls digigogy: a new digital pedagogy. He is the author of Digital Learning Strategies and Upgrade Your Curriculum: Practical Ways to Transform Units and Engage Students.
Hannah Lesk is an Education Program Manager for Turnitin. Her passion is using technology to empower educators and move the needle on student learning outcomes. Prior to joining Turnitin, Hannah worked as an education researcher at SRI's Center for Technology in Learning and designed ed tech tools at several startups. She holds a master’s degree from Harvard Graduate School of Education.
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