A mutual feedback system is a very efficient way of focused learning approach. Students need appropriate feedback on performance to benefit from courses. Similarly, faculties are given ample opportunities to explore new domains through a student’s feedback on teaching-learning process. Eventually it metaphors into mutual opportunities. At TSBS, we work towards implementation of the following feedback plans for student’s academic and career justice.
- Return examinations promptly, preferably within a week, if not sooner.
- Schedule brief meetings with the students to discuss their progress.
- Prepare problems or exercises that give students immediate feedback on how well they are doing.
- Give frequent quizzes and study tasks to help students monitor their progress.
- Give students focused feedback on their work early in the term.
- Consider giving a mid-term assessment.
- Be clear in relating performance level/expectations to grade.
- Communicate regularly with students via e-mail about various aspects of the class.