Digital Feedback Loops

Digital Feedback Loops

I had the pleasure of co-creating this with my colleague, Vasa Lokteff.

Providing feedback to students is hard. Providing feedback digitally can be even harder. Ever want to just print all the work out to be able to write all over student work? This session focuses on the types of feedback teachers (living in a Google environment) might provide to students and the digital tools that can be used to provide quality feedback without all the hassle.

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Tools covered in this session:

Google Docs: Comments

Google Docs: Text Shortcuts (Preferences)

Google Classroom: Private Comments

Google Classroom: Peer Feedback

Google Classroom: Annotations (mobile only)

Google Forms: Doc Appender

Google Sheets: Form Mule

Google Sheets: Autocrat

Google Sheets: Doctopus/Goobric

Chrome Extension: Read&Write

Chrome Extension: Screencastify