Feedback is one of the keys to the learning process. In the digital age, you can use cloud-based applications to deliver prompt feedback in a variety of ways. This allows students to easily access and store the feedback in order to improve their learning.
- [Instructor] In the previous video, we took a look from the student perspective on how to access assignments and assessments and then turn them into the instructor. In this video, let's take a quick look at how we can now see feedback that has been shared with us through cloud-based storage. So inside of my Microsoft teams account, and this is the account of Madeline Charles, she can now go to the general tab over to assignments, and from here, click on this assignment. And as you can see up at the top, it says reviewed with a check mark. So it now has been reviewed by the instructor.
Now in this case, it's not very telling, because here the feedback says you did a great job. You definitely understand this concept. But that is positive feedback to the student letting them know that they did a great job on the assignment. In this case, it wasn't worth any points. Otherwise that would be listed here. In this case, it just says no points. She could also open up the actual assignment, and if there were things wrong, see the areas that the teacher marked them or changed them in. So this is an example of how that feedback has been entered in by the instructor and then stored inside of Microsoft teams where now Madeline can log in from anywhere and see the feedback that she received.
Now if we go over to Madeline's Gmail account and actually over to her Google drive, remember that she created this assignment and it was HGKC. And over here, you can see that it was modified by the instructor, so if I open this up now, she can see her assignment here. And off to the right, we can see the comments. So this area is highlighted. It says yes, this is correct. However, on the second part, it's saying can you elaborate on this a little bit more? Now, Madeline could go in here and make changes to this. We she's done, click resolve.
And then send a message asking the instructor to take a look at it again. So these are a couple examples of how cloud-based storage can really improve feedback, because the student is able to access an assignment or assessment, turn it into the instructor, the instructor can then leave feedback, and it can all be accessed on the internet. This is a great way to improve feedback and student learning in your class.
- The benefits of the cloud
- Communicating with students
- Sharing resources
- Assessing students
- Taking notes
- Working with Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, and Microsoft Teams
- Integrating a learning management system