Lesson/Unit Plans and Activities
This reflection is based on an educational assignment from my Oral Interpretation of Literature course at California State University, San Bernardino, April 2019.
Assessment is an essential part of education. However, assessment shouldn’t necessarily come from only one source-the teacher. I believe students benefit from receiving feedback from not only their instructor, but from their peers and lastly from themselves. This layered reflection allows one to learn from what others feel about their work. It is essential to have a second eye if we are to grow as learners.
This multi-perspective view allows the student to offer critical analysis to others while accepting commentary on their own efforts. The goal is take constructive criticism as part of the assessment/evaluation of your work and make improvements moving forward.
Damgen, Carol and Damgen, Carol L., "Providing Useful Feedback" (2020). Q2S Enhancing Pedagogy. 206.