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A few background questions:
What is your current level of education?
I'm an educator
How often do you use the feedback you receive on your work to revise?
All the time
Have you ever received feedback on your work via a Turnitin product?
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OK, let's get to it!
What is feedback? (Check all that apply)
Information about a piece of your writing that you can use to improve your skills.
An essential part of education to maximize learners’ potential at different stages.
A response that opens two-way communication.
Why is feedback important for the development of writing skills?
Provides information you can use to improve your skills
Encourages continued learning
Motivates people to write and revise
All of the above
On average, how much time per day do instructors spend grading and giving feedback on student papers?
Less than an hour
Between one and two hours
Between two and four hours
More than four hours
What type of information are grades?
Measures of progress
Information of how to improve
A measure of how good a person you are
Of the following, what is not a good source of feedback on your writing?
Your teacher or instructor
Your own thoughts about your work
Peers or classmates
Friends or family members
Does it matter whether feedback is tied to learning goals or not?
During the writing process, when do you think the best time to receive feedback is?
As close to a task as possible
As long as possible after a task has been completed
It doesn’t matter
The more you revise, the more you think critically about your writing, which generally leads to higher quality work.
What should you do with your instructor's feedback once you get it? (Check all that apply)
Read it over and use it to revise your current paper or as reference for the next paper.
Read it over and talk to your instructor about it.
Look at the grade and put the paper away.
Imagine a scenario in which you receive some comments from your instructor about an essay you wrote, and you did not agree with what your instructor said. Should you:
Accept the comments, because your instructor’s decision is final.
Ask your instructor about why he/she made those comments and explain why you disagree.
Ignore the comments, because your instructor will never understand.
What of the following types of comments will help you improve your writing? (Check all that apply).
Suggestions for improvement
Examples of good/ bad work
Compliments on what a good person you are
A score tied to a specific rubric
Of the following, what is the most important benefit you get when using your feedback?
Knowing what you’ve done wrong
Ownership of your writing
Not failing your class
There are no benefits
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