In the Loop:
Do you know how feedback can improve your writing?

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  • A few background questions:

  • How often do you use the feedback you receive on your work to revise?

  • Have you ever received feedback on your work via a Turnitin product?

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    What is feedback? (Check all that apply)

  • Why is feedback important for the development of writing skills?

  • On average, how much time per day do instructors spend grading and giving feedback on student papers?

  • What type of information are grades?

  • Of the following, what is not a good source of feedback on your writing?

  • 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?

  • 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)

  • 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:

  • What of the following types of comments will help you improve your writing? (Check all that apply).

  • Of the following, what is the most important benefit you get when using your feedback?

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