Delivering Feedback Remotely Video Workshop

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This video presents an abridged version of the “Delivering Feedback Remotely” workshop (PDEV0793) at Conestoga. In this recording, Teaching and Learning Consultant Joel Beaupré invites viewers to reflect on the essential functions and rewards of delivering student feedback. He also explores specific strategies and tools for providing timely and actionable feedback to support remote learning.

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Delivering Feedback Remotely video workshop [32:19] by Joel Beaupré

Strategies and Tools for Feedback

In this video, Joel briefly describes a series of tools and strategies that can be used to provide remote feedback in a constructive and timely way. Links to brief tutorial videos are provided.

1) Creating a Vocaroo message: Quick Vocaroo Tutorial [3:40]

Audio feedback can be a quick way to deliver feedback that students can re-play. See this tool if you are interested in delivering audio feedback to students.

2) Adding comments to a PDF file: Adding Comments to a PDF File [3:41]

If students are submitting a PDF file, you don’t need to provide feedback on a separate document. Add embedded comments to a PDF using PDF reader.

3) Adding comments and track changes to a Word file: Word: Track Changes and Comments [4:19]

Rather than provide comments at the end of a students work, share your thoughts and encourage dialogue by using the “Add Comments” feature to connect feedback to specific parts of a document.

4) Creating video feedback in eConestoga: Video Feedback for Peter Parker [2:21]

Video feedback provides a dynamic form of replayable information for students, and as this tutorial demonstrates, video comments can be added directly within your evaluation tools on eConestoga.  

5) Sharing feedback with MS Forms: Getting Started with Forms [3:31]

Have students provide feedback on individual work or group work using Forms. View this Hub post for more information on Forms.

Joel Beaupré

Joel Beaupre holds an Honours B.A., a B.Ed. and M.Ed., and brings experience as a communications professor and curriculum consultant to his role as Teaching and Learning Consultant, as well as experience as a high school teacher in Sandy Lake First Nation, Ontario and Kuwait. Joel is available at the Doon and Guelph campuses. He is a qualified administrator of the Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI), and specializes in matters related to translating curriculum into teaching strategies.

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