Sessions / CANCELLED
Feedback Procedures to Promote Reflective Learning #344

Sat, Nov 21, 13:25-14:55 JST CANCELLED
Performance in Education (PIE) College & University Education Poster Session

In this poster presentation I will discuss using a reflective learning environment via (a) the delivery of near-immediate teacher and peer feedback and (b) subsequently requiring students to submit reflections about their learning experiences using cloud computing. Notably, I will discuss (a) whether students were able to understand corrective feedback about several targeted grammatical forms (such as the -s morpheme), and (b) whether they subsequently demonstrated correct knowledge of the linguistic form (uptake).

George MacLean

George MacLean

University of the Ryukyus
George MacLean is a professor at the University of the Ryukyus. He has taught at primary-junior high and university levels in Japan and in the international school system. His activities within JALT include time serving as President and Publicity Chair of the Okinawa Chapter, co-Chair of PanSIG 2016, reviewer for several national conferences, as well as service on two national committees. He has given numerous workshops and research presentations over the past decade. He is on the editorial and review board of two educational journals. His research interests include ICT implementation, active learning, and second language acquisition (SLA).