Good news! The following collaborative tools can not only make giving students’ genuine feedback a cinch, but also better facilitate group work among your students. One struggle good instructors face, is creating time for meaningful student feedback. After grading 50 papers, it is easy to give in to a cross-eyed, writers cramp induced stupor and simply write C+ without any useful comments to help your student improve. At the same time, group work might no longer send such a shudder up your students’ spines, as the same useful resources might mean students effectively collaborate from anywhere regardless of the time of day. Check out the following learning technologies to make your and your students’ lives a whole lot easier. Continue reading
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