Don’t wait until it is too late! Using Google Docs to give immediate feedback.

In this video, I walk you through how I use Google Docs in a synchronous virtual classroom for in-class work. I find this technique useful for providing real time feedback on students' understanding of concepts and prevents students from going too far down a wrong track. By setting up a clearly labelled document for each student, you have an easy way of checking up on students and directing your attention to the one's who need it most.

Businessman pressing face emoticon on the keyboard laptop and using pencil checklist service

Using PeerMark

This video shows the steps to creating a PeerMark submission folder inside a course module and instructions on how students can give feedback to their peers. PeerMark is a great way to get students to share their work before their final submission or as practice. The options are limitless!