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For the Record: Writing Effective Recommendations

Teaching faculty how to go about reviewing each other’s courses is important. Here is a presentation I’ve quickly put together on using the QM rubric/model to give not just feedback, but valuable feedback that can effect change in a colleague’s cours

Keith O'Neal

on 15 August 2014

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Transcript of For the Record: Writing Effective Recommendations

For the Record: Writing Effective

Suggest ways that make it obvious to all involved the recommendation has been put in place.
Provide clear examples of recommendations with laser like focus.
Do more than just identify problems, offer helpful feedback that ignites thought.

Help faculty begin brainstorming solutions
Point out

Stay positive and tear down walls, you will increase your effectiveness.
Negative language builds barriers.

Characteristics of an Effective Recommendation
Example: Your self-introduction was great and very informative. It really helped to give an understanding of who you are and make you seem approachable. In a similar way students need an opportunity to get to know their classmates. It would be helpful to ask students to introduce themselves in order to build a sense of course community. Perhaps at the end of your introduction you could ask them to follow your example and post their intro to the discussion board.
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