How to activate students and boost creativity with feedback tools
One of the most valuable ways to learn is to learn from each other. How do you get students to really actively do this? Have students submit and peer review creative videos, blogs and presentations.
Dr. Roos Slegers (Tilburg School of Humanities and Digital Sciences) talks about the use of feedback tools in teaching, such as Pitch2Peer. Students submit creative videos, blogs and presentations via this tool and provide each other with peer reviews. With this tool students work on their presentation skills as well as on giving constructive feedback.
Whereas students in lecture halls sometimes adopt a passive attitude during feedback moments, this online platform ensures a creative and active attitude. You also avoid too long live sessions with lots of presentations.
Dr. Roos Slegers (2:51 minutes)
- Tool page Pitch2Peer (logging on is required)
- Pitch2Peer website