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Keep a Feedback

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Keep a Feedback Portfolio - learning mindset tool
How to use the tool?

Have students create a document where they keep all the feedback they receive on their various assignments.  

Student experience

“Honestly I never looked at feedback more than once, but having it all in one place made it really easy to go over it again and see if there are any red threads.”

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Giving high quality feedback is a lot of work. At the same time, many students report that they often don’t find the time to meaningfully engage with the feedback they do receive. Collecting feedback in one place helps learners to make the most out of feedback.
What to Do?

Ask students to collect all the feedback they get in your course in one place. Let them reflect on the following questions:

  1. What is the feedback telling you to keep doing? What does it tell you to do differently?

  2. What feedback do you not understand? Can you ask for clarification?

  3. What actionable steps do you want to take to implement the feedback?


“In all my undergraduate courses a feedback portfolio is part of the syllabus. It is quite simple to help them set-it up. I suggest they just make a Word document and cut and paste all the assignment feedback they get from me (and from others) into this one place. It is amazing how seeing the evolution of their assignments helps them realize the progress they are making and helps them see what kinds of things they are still struggling to learn.”

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