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Monday, November 6 • 13:00 - 13:50
Green-lighting feedback: Improving the effectiveness and efficiency of feedback on student writing

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Providing feedback on student writing is an essential but time-consuming aspect of grading papers. Using the metaphor of a traffic light, this session will offer participants suggestions and resources for green-lighting feedback by improving the effectiveness and efficiency of feedback comments. Specifically, we will explain how collaborations between a faculty member and the Writing Centre resulted in more informative feedback and a more effective use of the instructor’s time while grading. We will outline factors that affect students’ interpretations of feedback (Cameron, Nairn, & Higgins, 2009; Duff, 2010; Hyland, 2013; Séror, 2009) and share resources developed to assist faculty members with providing written feedback.

After taking part in this session, it expected that the audience will be better able to:
• appreciate the impact of feedback on student writing;
• reflect more fully on the challenges associated with red-light and yellow-light feedback;
• understand key considerations for providing green-light feedback.


Speakers
avatar for Jo Axe

Jo Axe

Professor, School of Education and Technology, Royal Roads University
Royal Roads University
avatar for Theresa Bell

Theresa Bell

Writing Centre Manager, Royal Roads University


Monday November 6, 2017 13:00 - 13:50 PST
Segal Room 1420

Attendees (7)