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What works: Research-based handy tips and tricks for the curious professor – Part 9

Series part 9: Facilitated feedback sessions

Facilitated feedback sessions throughout a course doing group work is a great tool to reduce assumptions, resolve problems, and promote communication. Satu Rekonen, from Design Factory developed the “I like/I wish” method for facilitating a feedback session in a safe and comfortable environment. Visit http://ilikeiwish.org/ for more information on how to run it in your classroom, and make sure to click on the video for students’ testimonials on the experience. For questions, please contact maria.clavert@aalto.fi, tua.bjorklund@aalto.fi, or senni.kirjavainen@aalto.fi.

Series part 9: Facilitated feedback sessions

Facilitated feedback sessions throughout a course doing group work is a great tool to reduce assumptions, resolve problems, and promote communication. Satu Rekonen, from Design Factory developed the “I like/I wish” method for facilitating a feedback session in a safe and comfortable environment. Visit http://ilikeiwish.org/ for more information on how to run it in your classroom, and make sure to click on the video for students’ testimonials on the experience. For questions, please contact maria.clavert@aalto.fi, tua.bjorklund@aalto.fi, or senni.kirjavainen@aalto.fi.

Series Part 1: Introduction to ADF ways of working

Series Part 2: The environment

Series Part 3: Group work

Series Part 5: The role of the teacher

Series Part 6: Prototyping, Failing and Learning

Series Part 7: The successful student and the role of university education

Series Part 8: Working in intercultural groups

 

Marcela AcostaWhat works: Research-based handy tips and tricks for the curious professor – Part 9
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