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Instructors spend many hours giving feedback to students on paper, online and in face-to-face interactions. But feedback is often underutilized, misinterpreted and misapplied by students. This presentation looks at a hybrid model of feedback. 360-degree feedback is multisource assessment where the feedback comes from all around a student in contrast to a traditional performance model of downward feedback from teacher to student. These practices can be used for instructor-to-student, and student-to-/student (peer) feedback situations and is based on the presenter’s adaptation of current feedback theory in online and traditional courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
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