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Learning Through Loops: Feedback As A Powerful Teaching Tool
Feedback about student performance is inherent in education yet it often inappropriately used. The design and delivery of feedback is important as it has significant effects, positive and negative, on learning. Generally thought of as a simple element of communication, feedback loops are complex mechanisms with many uses and forms, each subject to many contextual variables. In this roundtable session, we aim to bring awareness to common paradigms related to feedback, to share practices and experiences, to highlight insights from research on feedback, and to discuss practical design and delivery ideas to better apply feedback for enhanced learning.