Eli Review’s analytics are unique. A well-designed review produces powerful trends about drafts and comments in real-time. Instructors can quickly provide whole class feedback on the criteria students are struggling with.
After a review, many instructors debrief with students. Instructors discuss feedback trends, talk about comments, examine peer exemplars, and coach writers through the next steps.
With high-quality formative feedback coming in, you’ll be able to debrief a review like Bill Hart-Davidson—Eli Review co-founder and Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Education at Michigan State’s College of Arts and Letters—does here with his on-line class:
These features in Eli Review are based on well-established principles of formative vs. summative feedback, which are discussed in Evidence-Based Teaching. There you can read about and watch brief videos demonstrating peer modeling and data interpretation.
Eli helps instructors visualize student how students are reacting to and using the peer feedback they’ve received.
This tutorial covers how instructors can put the analytic data produced by Eli Review to work. Related resources include:
You can also find human support to help you learn how to use Eli Review effectively. You can contact Melissa Meeks, Eli’s director of professional development, to talk through your course data.