Tape Recorded Feedback

Suggested by Linton Hutchinson (Webster University, Altamonte Springs, Fl 32714. Host of DreamLink - http://www.iag.net/~hutchib/.dream/) - hutchib@iag.net

Here's a technique that's good for a small class. Take their papers that they all turned in on an analysis of a video, a case study, or some such assignment. Get a tape recorder and record your reactions/feedback on what they turned in. Record your feedback to all the students on ONE tape. Duplicate the tape and give it to each student (or make copies of the tape available to all the students). They listen to all of what you say to each student and you can use it as a teaching tool as well. Beats a few red marks on a paper that only one student sees!


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