You want to provide quality feedback to your students, but typing specific comments is both time consuming and exhausting. It would be so much easier to have a quick conversation with each student about their performance, but as impractical as that was before the pandemic, it’s even less so now.
Fortunately, there Blackboard does provide a solution. Rather than type your feedback, with the click of a few buttons you can make an audio (and video if you prefer) two-minute feedback message to your students right from the Grade Center.
Follow these easy steps and you’ll be able to give the quality feedback your students need without spending all your time at the keyboard.
The CFC is hosting additional open sessions for all instructors to learn how to effectively facilitate online learning and engage students using Blackboard and its general suite of tools. We will be offering these sessions through the following video-conferencing link:
As educators across the country and at all levels rush to shift their teaching to a virtual environment, their first focus is content and delivery—rightly so. Faculty also need to know how to identify online at-risk student behaviors that, if mitigated, can lead to better course outcomes and satisfaction for faculty and students, alike.Thissessionwill help you identify ways to proactively keep your students engaged in an online environment (course) and understand what data you can use to help mitigate attrition.