Making the Case for Feedback: Why Low-Stakes Assessments Are More Critical Than Ever for Successful Student Learning Outcomes

When the pandemic began, students could no longer meet with faculty for classes and other in-person meetings. Consequently, formative feedback students received from their faculty regarding their performance on exams and other course work had to stand in for lectures and other in-person conversations that typically used to occur between students and their instructors. Were feedback loops and low-stakes assessments supported in the emergency shift to remote learning? 

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