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Episode #4 - Feedback practices in Instructional Design

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What's in this episode?

Staying focused on feedback, today’s episode takes a different angle on how instructors and faculty design robust learning environments. John and I delve into instructional design in the military versus the classroom, the differentiation of domain-specific feedback practices, and the role and perception of reflection exercises among students and staff. Lastly, we touch upon the increasing prevalence of AI in teaching and think about how and where it can make life easier for students and teachers.


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Host - Dan Hasan

Teachers Relations at FeedbackFruits


Dan is an (almost) graduate of science communication and education who lives for learning. For a year he has been investigating course design case studies around the world and is now trying his hand at this new format of gathering and sharing insights and ideas.

Guest - John McCormick

Associate Director of Learning Design


John McCormick is Associate Director of Learning Design for Brandeis University, and manages a group of Learning Designers. This entails supporting learning design projects and faculty professional development towards online learning environments in teaching.

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