What do lessons that revolve around feedback look like? Whether their work is being reviewed or providing feedback, the template remains the same.
Each lesson follows the same blueprint.
Whether you are using Google Docs, Peergrade, or any other digital platform, the same steps should be followed. Students need to understand the expectations through a rubric/criteria list, and have an opportunity to go through some version of a feedback process anonymously. After those steps are completed, students have the opportunity to revise their own work before re-submitting it.
Follow this path if the student is going to provide feedback...
And this one if they are going to be giving feedback...
How does this connect
with the 4 C's?
These lessons allow students to address each of the 4 (communication, collaboration, creativity, and critical thinking). Whether students were receiving feedback or having to provide feedback, their was a clear display of greater understanding through their writing. Their work after being re-submitted was richer in content and showed a greater understanding of the lesson.