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Archived posts from the category "Pedagogy"

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Coaching Give-and-Take

Eli Review’s free and open article “Feedback and Improvement” encourages students to observe the Golden Rule: Give the feedback you’d want to receive. Reviewers GIVE feedback that describes what they understand the […]

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3 Feedback Design Lessons

That I learned the hard way so you don’t have to Partnering with instructors to design helpful feedback tasks aligned to the criteria in their writing tasks is one of […]

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Reading the Room in Online Peer Feedback

Teachers adjust their pace and goals based on reading the room. We ask questions like  who’s prepared? what’s clicking or not? what are students saying to each other? who’s engaged? […]

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Accommodating Late Writers in Peer Feedback

Peer feedback works best when students are on-pace together. That’s not a reasonable expectation during covid19 disruptions. Ideally, students need to submit work in a timely way so that reviewers […]

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Eli Review Best Practices in 15 Minutes

At San Francisco State University, the Center for Equity and Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CEETL) sponsors a Teaching and Learning Community focused on Eli Review.  The following videos were […]

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