Student Review

Students review their own learning either in groups or individually. This could be done as a plenary, mini-plenary or as an activity to help planning for future revision or the remainder of the course.

Example instructions for students:

Review your own learning either in a group or individually.  

Why use it (students and staff)

Develop feedback skillsReflect on learning during a session 

When to use it

During synchronous session (plenary) or as an asynchronous activity to help planning for future revision or the remainder of the course. 

Digital tools that might be used

Individually and asynchronous:

  • Discussion forum post;
  • journal entry (OneNote class notebook, Reflect blog, or MyPortfolio) 

 In groups and synchronous:

  • Breakout room discussion
  • Chat 

Speed of set up time 

Varies based on tool used 

Workload

  • Setting up blog or shared notebook
  • Develop guidance or prompt questions 

Other resources

Shared documents

Examples of staff use 

 

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