Instructor Feedback Writ Large: Student Perceptions on Effective Feedback
In September 2014, Turnitin conducted an exploratory survey of over 2,000 students to explore student perceptions on instructor feedback. What do students generally think about the feedback they receive. What formats and types of feedback do students consider to be the most effective? Do these perceptions differ from educator perceptions on effective feedback?
Join us for a discussion of these topics, findings from the study, implications, and recommendations for providing effective feedback in the classroom.
The accompanying infographic and white paper will be shared.
Sean Tupa is the Education Program Manager at Turnitin. Previously, he had worked in various capacities for the College Board, including the roles of Director of Research for the Digital Solutions department and as a Director with the Innovation & Concept Development team. In these positions he conducted research projects, focus groups and surveys with both students and educators to help identify challenges and solutions in the world of education. Sean received his Bachelors degree in Philosophy and History from Hiram College.
Kenneth Balibalos is a Marketing Associate at Turnitin. He is developing the Turnitin Educator Network to connect educators to each other and support them at their institution. He regularly chats with educators and works alongside them to develop instructional resources. He also posts on social media and supports other customer programs. He will be moderating this webcast.
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