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“Augmented” Peer Feedback for Learning Purposes

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The PÉRISCOPE network, which has been holding panels about the inequalities and inequities exacerbated by Covid-19 since the spring of 2020, is interested in peer feedback as a promising course of action. Feedback is provided when one person provides information to another to help them better understand, behave better, or progress in an activity. What we mean here by “augmented feedback”, is feedback given verbally or in writing, supported by a digital tool during a learning and evaluation situation (LES).
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