Giving Feedback to Students

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Last Date to Register: 9/19/2022 12:01 AM
Last Date to Cancel: 9/20/2022 12:01 AM
Agency: CESA 9
Agency Contact: Gabby Deshambo
Agency Assistant: Gabby Deshambo 715-453-2142
Location: Online
Facility: Online
9/21/2022 08:00 AM -

A student-centered teacher in an online or blended classroom gives feedback - not in the sense of giving high-stakes tests and grades - but more like a great coach who watches players from the sidelines, studies them at practice, reviews the post-game footage, and then meets with them to talk about the ways that they can improve. The intent of feedback is to improve, not reward or punish, and can take many forms, from one-on-one and small-group check-ins to written notes and emails. "Radically frequent check-ins," as one high performance organization calls them, as the "killer app" to helping people learn and grow. 

Your course facilitator will be available for questions asynchronously. Participants will also have the opportunity to connect via Zoom for live forum discussions during every stage of their innovation cycle (see Format section for more info). These forums will be guided by your course facilitator. 

Learning Targets: Participants will...

  • Implement one key element of student-centered online or blended learning for a 6-8 week innovation cycle around the stages of the ADDIE Model (Analyze, Design/Develop, Implement, and Evaluate)
  • Add opportunities to your online class for students to get live synchronous feedback
  • Determined targeted areas for improvement related to your feedback
  • Create a mechanism in your online course for students to provide you with information to improve your feedback

This micro-course will run from September 21, 2022 - November 15, 2022.


Wisconsin attendees: $149

Out-of-State attendees: $199

WVS teachers and consultants: Free

For more information, click here!

National Standards for Quality Online Teaching addressed:

  • A2 The online teacher is a reflective practitioner. 
  • A3 The online teacher continuously pursues knowledge and skills related to online learning and pedagogy. 
  • B3 The online teacher uses different types of tools to interact in online courses in order to nurture learner relationships, encourage learner interaction, and monitor and motivate learner engagement. 
  • D1 The online teacher uses digital tools to identify patterns in learner engagement and performance that will inform improvements to achieve individual learner growth. 
  • D5 The online teacher helps learners reach content mastery through instruction and quality feedback using various formats. 
  • D7 The online teacher communicates frequently with stakeholders regarding learner progress and strategies for supporting learner engagement. 
-CANCELLATION POLICY- Unless otherwise noted, if we receive your cancellation at least 48 hours before the program begins, you will qualify for a full refund. If you do not show up or cancel prior to the 48 hour time frame, you are subject to a $25.00 late cancellation fee. -DISCLAIMERS- CESA 9 will make every effort to accommodate basic dietary restrictions with advance notice. CESA 9 does not assume liability for adverse reactions to food one may come into contact with at a CESA 9 event. To better serve our guests with dietary restrictions, please update the special accommodations section in your MyQuickReg account. By registering for an event with CESA 9, participants agree to grant to CESA 9 and its authorized representatives permission to record digital photos and/or video, of their participation. Participants further agree that any or all of the material photographed may be used, in any form, as part of any future publications, brochure, or other printed materials used to promote CESA 9, and further that such use shall be without payment of fees, royalties, special credit or other compensation. If you do not wish to have your photo or image used, please call the CESA 9 office.