It’s time to place our students first, by putting feedback first

Paul Mensink

17 April 2019

Paul Mensink

You’re at work late on a Friday night. The clock reads 9:58pm, and you’ve just finished providing feedback for the very last of your students’ essays. In the corner of your office, you spot a leaning pile of uncollected assignments from previous terms, and shudder at the unread feedback comments – a perpetual issue that plagues many instructors (see for example Sinclair & Cleland, 2007). This term, you’re providing assignment feedback via electronic files (track changes...

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