How to provide students with meaningful feedback (even when schools are closed)

  1. How to help students in a synchronous way (videoconference for instance).
  2. How to help students in an asynchronous way (using Classroom, Google Docs, Flipgrid…)
  3. How to foster collaboration between students (in a non-teacher centre approach, you can rely on students to help each other).

1. How to help students in a synchronous way

Zoom

2. How to help students in an asynchronous way

Google Classroom

Google Docs

PDF

Flipgrid

Forster collaboration between your students

  • What the teacher said
  • What you could do about it
  • Areas that weren’t commented on
  • What to ask to the teacher
  1. You can create some kind of forum so a question (and, of course, your answer) benefits to the entire class. Google Groups is great for that.
  2. Get a backchannel with Yoteach.
  3. Create your own social media just for your class thanks to Qwiqr.

Documentation

To learn more

Examples of feedback

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