Giving Efficient and Effective Feedback
Instructors often spend considerable time marking student papers--identifying errors, making suggestions, line editing, and so on. But the long hours instructors put into this effort are frequently not very effective in helping students become better writers. This session provides strategies for giving effective and efficient feedback on student writing. (Link will be sent to registered participants prior to the session.)
This virtual event is sponsored by the Thompson Writing Program and is co-sponsored by Duke Learning Innovation, Teaching Support Network (TSN), and The Graduate School.
Professional Development, Teaching and Mentoring, College Teaching Workshops