Ok, I want to take a poll. How many of you believe that your students actually read and act on the feedback you leave on their assignments and papers?
If you are rolling your eyes or sighing in frustration like I am, I get it! Writing feedback is incredibly time-consuming, and unfortunately, not always as productive as we’d like it to be. And with digital learning becoming the new reality for many students and teachers, it may not even be possible!
Today on the podcast we have Shana from the incredibly helpful blog and YouTube channel, Hello, Teacher Lady. She is Google trained and certified and shares some incredibly simple and impactful tips to leave quick and meaningful digital feedback for students. Shana’s tips will be particularly helpful if you use Google Classroom, but even if you don’t, she shares some awesome tips and tricks to help your students get the most out of an assignment. Shana is always about efficiency and effectiveness, which is just one of the reasons we love her so much. I’m so excited for you to catch this fantastic episode!
Tune in now to hear:
- [00:40] A bit about Shana!
- [02:00] How to create a simple Bitmoji classroom!
- [04:13] When to use quick and meaningful digital feedback
- [05:15] The problem with traditional on-paper therapy
- [06:00] Tip #1 for digital feedback
- [10:24] Tip #2 for digital feedback
- [14:05] Tip #3 — using Mote!
- [18:40] Tip #4 — Using Ask a Question in Google Classroom!
- [22:45] A review of all the tips!
- [23:20] One bonus tip for Google Classroom!
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