One tells a story, second writes it down, third presents it.
What do you see? After a case story is presented, ask the audience to identify the primary points from their perspective. What is the key message you take from this story?
Make it a pattern When, Where, Who Collision of forces Cookbook: ingredients, procedure, expected outcomes C o n t e x t Problem Solution
Connect, refactor, refine, repeat C o n t e x t Problem Solution C o n t e x t Problem Solution C o n t e x t Problem Solution C o n t e x t Problem Solution C o n t e x t Problem Solution Patterns thrive in languages
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Problem Lack of immediate feedback for students leads to fossilisation of errors and misconceptions providing immediate feedback in an iterative fashion can also hinder effective learning since students are able to "grope their way" step-by-step to a correct solution without necessarily having to think about each answer as a whole.
Embed a mechanism in the learning and teaching system that regularly captures tutor feedback, analyses it, and presents them with graphical representation of the types of feedback they have given. Ideally, this should also include constructive advice as to how to shift from less to more effective forms.
In computer supported environments (e.g. VLEs), this mechanism could be integrated into the system, providing tutors with immediate analysis of their feedback, as well as long-term aggregates.