Sharing & Feedback

1. Share your draft discussion prompt

  • Create a new discussion thread using the subject heading you would use for your prompt with your own students
  • Include, embed, attach, or provide a link to, your draft discussion prompt (you need to hyperlink manually)
  • Add details about how, why, and for whom you created this prompt, and any specific challenges and questions you have (in a separate post in your thread, if you wish)

2. Give specific, constructive feedback on other's discussion prompts

 Guiding questions:

  • Does this discussion prompt compel you to participate? 
  • Are you clear how to contribute to the discussion?
  • Would you feel motivated to continue to engage in this discussion after your initial reply?
  • Do you have any other creative ideas about how this prompt could have been approached differently?

Then, use the MicroCourse Feedback Rubric to guide and assess your feedback!

DiscussionStarted byRepliesLast post
would love some feedback - too dull, too hard? 9 emma bourassa
Job hunting ain't easy 3 Junko Leclair
Thank you! 0 emma bourassa
Plants vs. Fats - which diet do you choose? 5 Leonne Beebe
Discussion Prompt: KarenL 9 Leonne Beebe
Extreme Curriculum Development 11 Leonne Beebe
How Do You Learn Best? 4 Leonne Beebe
Discussion/reflection prompt 3 Leonne Beebe
Discussion prompt: Leonne Beebe 3 Leonne Beebe
Think about presentations you’ve seen… 4 emma bourassa
Are you for this or that? 4 Beth Cougler Blom
Find Your Inner Project Manager 4 Junko Leclair
Oral presentation style: Who inspires you? 5 Melissa A.
Finding your strengths in a team - Business Communications 7 Beth Cougler Blom
Here's a question to get your creative juices flowing... 2 Gina Bennett
What does support look like? 2 Faith Whiting