Indiana University South Bend

Title I
University Professor Feedback that Works

This research study explored student perceptions of feedback from a population of undergraduates students’ with respect to handwritten and electronic feedback. Some professors also provide comments on students’ assignments, which are meant to improve the learning process for the student. Implications of students’ perceptions of feedback are discussed within a framework of factors grouped into five overarching themes; accessibility, timeliness, legibility, quality and personal touch.

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Title II
Why Don’t They Do What I Say? The Different Ways Principals and Teachers Conceptualize Time

This research study used an online survey to explore principals’ and teachers’ conceptualizations of time-sensitive language as it is used to set tasks for faculty and staff in K-12 schools.

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