Ideally, formative and summative student feedback can be a developmental opportunity for instructors. However, the reality is that bias in feedback can be a challenge to interpret and assess by even the most experienced instructors. Presenters in this session will explore, from various perspectives, evidence about bias in student feedback, ways to encourage less biased feedback, and interpreting feedback which can be informed by bias.
- Explore evidence of bias in student feedback
- Identify strategies to interpret and assess bias in feedback
- Discuss strategies to encourage less biased feedback
Facilitator: Dr. Jason Wiens, PhD, Dr. Fouzia Usman, PhD, Kenna Kelly-Turner
Date: May. 18, 2023
Time: 9 a.m.–10 a.m. MT
Moderator: Dr. Cheryl Jeffs, EdD
Format: Online. Registered participants will be emailed the Zoom link within 24 hours of the session.
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