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student guide to feedback

published by Valerie Henderson

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When writing feedback, make it R.E.D.
PEER ASSESSMENT
STUDENT GUIDE TO
    Relevant
R
   Example
E
  Detailed
D
Your feedback should be relevant to the objective of the assignment.
Giving an example helps the person see what you're thinking.
One to two words is not enough. Give the person specific reasons and details for improvement.
Instead of...
Try this...
"Good Job"
I like how you gave specific evidence from the text to support your claim. Here's how to make this even better...
"More Information"
I like what you have here but to meet all of the criteria, you could add more information on  [insert specific example here].
The goal of feedback is to let the student know what they did well and give suggestions to make it their best work.