Feedback on student work is typically, and traditionally, one-way communication from the instructor to the student. But what if, with a focus on reflective practice, you were to provide some space for interactive exchanges? What if you were to promote reflection and metacognition in order to help students help themselves?
This kind of practice takes place in Brandi Robinson’s GEOG 438w course, where students feel some safety to share and some agency, to boot.
Read more about it in this short article from the University of Central Florida’s Teaching Online Pedagogical Repository: