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Revision Plans Lead to Interventions

In Eli Review, a revision plan lets writers copy helpful peer comments and prioritize them in a list, adding their own notes to explain how they’ll incorporate those suggestions in their next draft. For writers, revision plans create a reflective pause between feedback and revision. In the pause, writers orient toward their larger goals before […]

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The Peer Learning PR Problem

No one cheers for broccoli or for the coach who calls for another lap. Peer learning is like that extra workload that you’re thankful for after it’s over. Like athletes, sometimes students will need a pep talk from the coach before a hard practice. Instructors can help students who have previously experienced poor results from […]

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Fall 2016 in the Rearview Mirror

This blog post continues a pattern of reporting we began at the end of academic year 2015-2016 when we took a deep dive and shallow swim through the task usage statistics in Eli Review. These course analytics are available to every instructor, and we send cross-course reports to all the institutions who subscribe as well […]

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Prepping for Winter / Spring 2017

It’s somehow December already, which means that not only is it time to start winding down current courses but also thinking ahead to our next ones. Here are some tips and resources that can help you get a jump start on January. Sharpen your skills at our free Peer Learning Workshop See Eli from the […]

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Keenly Understand Students’ Learning Paths: Eli, NCTE, and Formative Assessment

NCTE introduces its position statement on formative assessment this way: Formative assessment is the lived, daily embodiment of a teacher’s desire to refine practice based on a keener understanding of current levels of student performance, undergirded by the teacher’s knowledge of possible paths of student development within the discipline and of pedagogies that support such […]

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