Eli Review is an online course tool created by instructors for instructors to promote effective peer feedback and critical thinking.
Lisa Schanhals (@lschanhals), Spring Lake High School
Chris Sloan (@csloan), Judge Memorial High School
Lynn Reid, Fairleigh Dickinson University
Bob Yagelski (@@ryagelski), SUNY-Albany
Tim Amidon (@timothyamidon), Colorado State University
Work Session: Design Feedback & Revision Tasks Who? This workshop is most appropriate for instructors who are familiar with Eli Review, specifically: write-review-plan tasks (Read “Evidence-Based Teaching.”) practice (Read “Your Students Aren’t Revising Enough.”) describe-evaluate-suggest (Watch Bill Hart-Davidson, PhD, explain it.) giver’s gain (Watch an instructor reflect on it and check out the bibliography.) Why? […]
If your course schedule asks students to write a full draft before a peer review, you can add one additional revision opportunity by asking this question: Which part of the full draft most affects its success? That’s the partial draft where peer learning can have a big impact. Asking writers to share what they’ve written […]
Eli Review is an online course tool created by instructors for instructors to promote effective feedback and critical thinking. We are working on new features to support large lecture courses enrolling 200+ students. We are looking for partners to support the design of peer feedback activities in large lecture courses across the disciplines. Partners will […]
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