An important part of the project cycle is revision. Feedback circles give students the opportunity to see other students' project and revise their own work. How it works:
Students write their name on a Feedback Checklist
Checklist and device is passed clockwise at a table of four students.
Students have a timed amount to revise, check-off items and write a feedback paragraph
Students rotate device and checklist until it reaches original owner
Students discuss an clarifications about feedback
During the project, students are exposed to feedback checklist. Exposure to rubrics and feedback forms allow students to understand what is required in a project. It is critical to practice giving feedback in both written and oral form. Our students give specific and detailed feedback to help their peers improve their projects.