Whether it be videotaping, guided classroom conversations, lecture-based, or written, feedback is the backbone of educational excellence. We use it to mentor beginning undergraduates, writers, readers, explorers, and experimenters. And, if we are thoughtful, feedback becomes a loop by which we slow down learning, we engage reading, writing and exploring, and we collaborate our way to becoming better.
"FA 2020 About This Issue: The Power in Slowing Down,"
Journal on Empowering Teaching Excellence: Vol. 4
, Article 2.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.usu.edu/jete/vol4/iss2/2