Giving Meaningful Feedback on Student Work
Offering feedback on student work can sometimes feel daunting and overwhelming for GTAs. Similarly, receiving a great deal of instructor feedback can feel overwhelming for students. In this session, we will cover strategies for offering productive feedback on student work that honors a growth mindset and process oriented learning. Specifically, we will consider best practices for scope and focus of feedback. We will address the hierarchy of concerns in assignments and consider best practices for formative and summative feedback.
- Workshop Objectives:
- To develop feedback that promotes process-oriented learning
- To cultivate formative and summative feedback strategies
- To promote student agency in writing
This workshop aligns with the feedback and assessment domain of the teaching effectiveness framework
This workshop is open to all CSU faculty, staff, and graduate students. It counts as one workshop towards the TILT teaching certificate.