"Over time, I have found that letting go of some of the feedback process and incorporating peer review into my courses spares me review cycles while also giving students more opportunities to get feedback. For it all to go well, you need to ensure students really understand what peer review is, what purpose it serves, and what they’ll need to do in the process—for many, it’s not intuitive. Giving feedback that is meaningful, supportive, and constructive may not be something they’ve done before, so students may need additional resources and support to get started."
"Meaningful feedback provides students with an opportunity to progress, whereas inadequate commentary and unfair marking can discourage student effort and achievement. This article will therefore provide advice on efficient ways of marking and providing feedback from both a formative and summative perspective."
"We further examine how people ascertain others’ desire for feedback, testing how much they consider the potential consequences of feedback for themselves (e.g., discomfort giving feedback or harm to their relationship with the receiver) or the receiver (e.g., discomfort receiving feedback or value from feedback). While we found evidence that people consider both types of consequences, people particularly underestimated how much receivers value their feedback, a mechanism not extensively tested in prior research."