My initial survey, which close to 300 Danish EFL teachers answered, has now formed the basis of an article on the feedback practices of Danish lower-secondary EFL teachers. The article also claims various general advantages of using technology over pen and paper for this task. Find a link to the article under Presentations and Papers.
All my wonderful teachers have now spent most of a school year working with feedback provision through technology. This means that they have used the dedicated program for 4-5 papers. At a first glance, it seems that their practices have changed quite a bit in comparison to what they did without the technology, but a more detailed analysis will show how and to what extent - and not least how they feel about it. Now whatøs left is the final or endline interviews with teachers and selected students - and a final questionnaire to be given out to the students.