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Di Day 4, Evaluation and Feedback

Day 4, 2013
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DiAnna Palmer

on 2 June 2014

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Transcript of Di Day 4, Evaluation and Feedback

Facts About LGBTQA
What can we do at Franklin?!
Evaluation and Feedback
Welcome to Day Four
Homework & Feedback
Overview of Yesterday
Questions about Yesterday?
Evaluating Student Work
Four Day
Review
Any Questions?
Constructive Feedback
A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops.
- Henry Adams

Evaluating Student Work
Way of communicating and developing
- Goals for work

- Criteria used for evaluation
- A-level work vs. C-level work

- Provide formative feedback to students

Rubrics
Sample Rubric from MBA Course
Confidentiality
Feedback
Definition
Types
Prevention
Resources
Identifying Plagiarism
Constructive Feedback is...
Descriptive
Identifies strengths and areas for improvement
Explains strengths and areas for improvement
Describes characteristics of good work to move the student forward in learning
Four questions to consider
Thank You!
Certificates
Conflict Management Strategies
Two forces clash
Often due to
- Differing beliefs
- Differing needs
- Differing expectations
Conflict Management Strategies
Conflict Management
Definition
Examples
Preventing Conflict in the Classroom
- Set clear expectations
- Build community
- Model behavior
- Exercise empathy
- Listen
Conflict Management Strategies
Handling Conflict
- Do not ignore
- Remain calm
- Listen and repeat
Conflict Management Strategies
Active Engagement & Social Support
Part I
Part II
Shared Learning Environments
Learning community
Indicators of successful learning communities
Promoting a Shared Learning Environment
Learner Engagement
Instructor
Active Collaborative Learning
Student
Promoting a Shared Learning Environment
Support & Encouragement
Collaboration
Interaction
Socially Constructed Meaning
Learning Communities
Shared Learning Environment
Encourage interactivity
Build cohesion
Weave comments into postings
Interaction dependent on content
Promoting a Shared Learning Environment
- Instructor to student
- Student to student
- Student to instructor
Using Real World Examples
Orient course around real-world problems
Provide options that allow students to tailor assignments toward portfolio products or career related goals
Use participatory strategies including case studies and situations from real-world practice
Present theories and concepts within the context of application to real-world issues
Use students as resources and experts where they have direct knowledge
Provide opportunities such as discussion to share knowledge and experience

شكرا
Thank You.
Assignments Required for Certificate
Pre-work
• Test - Sample Test
• Assignment - Word Document Submission
In-class
Day 1
• Discussion - Post to My Teaching style discussion board
• Discussion - Post Welcome Letter to discussion board
Day 2
• Discussion - Post to Learning Community
• Non-submitted Assignment – Take the Kilmann Conflict Style Inventory
• Non-submitted Assignment – Create 3 slide conflict style presentation
Day 3
• Non-submitted assignment – Bring potential plagiarism paper in
Day 4
• No assignment
Post-work
• Discussion - Reflections on Learning
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