FeedbackFruits workshops

FeedbackFruits is a pedagogical tool suite designed to enhance student engagement, collaboration, and feedback in both asynchronous and synchronous learning settings. CTI workshops target different focus points and possibilities within the suite. See below for individual workshop details.


Workshops are generally open to faculty, teaching staff, postdocs, and TAs. See individual workshop descriptions for specific audiences. No prior FeedbackFruits technology experience is necessary to attend.


Dates & times:

  • Peer Learning and Group Evaluation Use Cases
    • Wednesday, February 8, 2023, 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. (online via Zoom. To register, click here.)
    • Description: In this workshop, faculty presenters will share their experience of facilitating peer and collaborative learning. They will share ideas on how to engage students in creating and improving their work through peer feedback and reflection, using these activities to develop accountability for students' work which is especially valuable in the time of AI. The presentations will be followed by Q&A. FeedbackFruits representatives will be available to answer questions and share insights.
    • Audience: Open to instructors, postdocs, and TAs interested in implementing peer review (peer assessment) and group member evaluation assignments in their courses. Consider joining whether you have previously used FeedbackFruits technology or not. This session will focus on peer review teaching strategies and setting.
  • Getting Started with FeedbackFruits
    • Tuesday, February 28, 2023,  11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. (online via Zoom. To register, click here.)
    • Description: The workshop will begin by introducing examples of how student peer review and group member evaluation activities can be implemented in teaching. Next, FeedbackFruits representatives will demonstrate how to set up these activities using the FeedbackFruits tools. We'll then discuss best practices and available resources to help make these peer learning activities effective for student learning. Participants will be able to ask questions and discuss use cases with CTI facilitators and the vendor.
    • Audience: Open to Cornell faculty, teaching staff, including TAs and teaching support admins. It may be most useful for instructors looking to incorporate peer interaction into their courses.


Watch a recording of Peer Reviews and Collaboration with FeedbackFruits

You can also watch individual sections of the workshop: