Weekly Reports: A Two-Way Feedback Tool
E. Etkina September 2000 Science Education v84 n5 p594-605

This article from Science Education describes how to use weekly reports written by students as a two-way feedback tool in teaching science. The weekly reports help students to reflect on their knowledge, learn how to ask questions, and predict what questions their teacher is likely to ask. The reports help teachers to identify the difficulties their students experience while learning new material, to adjust their teaching to the students’ needs, and to match the levels of difficulty of learning and testing. The authors of this study conclude that there is a common mismatch between learning and assessment and offers a solution through weekly journals.

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Subject: Education:Assessment, Assessment:Written Report
Resource Type: Pedagogic Resources:Research Results, Journal Article
Grade Level: College Lower (13-14), High School (9-12)