STEMskiller: Skill Set Map for Mentors of Early Career Researchers
Feedback is typically less formal than other forms of assessment of an instructor or of a mentees' work. Feedback opportunities can be incorporated into individual assignments, teaching sessions, or included in courses, with the overarching goals typically being better teaching (for instructors) and better learning (for students) as a kind of formative assessment.
Useful resources on Feedback:
Lee, A. (n.d.). Guidelines on learning that inform teaching: Guideline sixteen: Feedback. https://www.guidelinesonlearning.com/guideline-sixteen-feedback/
Quotes, additional resources, and useful “thought starter” for creating feedback activities/opportunities in the classroom (Word document).
MIT Teaching+Learning Lab. (n.d.). Assess and improve your teaching. https://tll.mit.edu/teaching-resources/assess-teaching/
Example of mid-semester formative feedback and how it can be helpful for both instructors and students, with specific examples.
Tags: IPS IA; IPS CritT; IPS CreaT; IPS WC; IPS OC; IPS R; IPS QL; IPS IL; IPS T; IPS PS; PSR CE; PSR IKC; PSR ER; PSR LL; PSR GL; IAL IntL; CompQ
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Table of contents:
- 2.2.1. Curriculum design
2.2.2. Course development
2.2.3. Exam preparation
2.2.4. eLearning, learning management systems, teaching technologies
Author: Stephanie Krueger
Peer Reviewer(s): None
Last Updated: July 20, 2021