Feedback refers to information provided regarding performance aiming at improvement and it can be structured and planned beforehand, or unstructured and spontaneous. Teachers can use feedback to evaluate/assess performance against a set of criteria and respective indicators, but also to provide guidance for learning growth (including knowledge, competences and attitudes), and (very important) to recognise commitment and accomplishment (i.e. for appreciation).
In practical terms, collaborative digital tools like Google Drive or Padlet.com can be used by teachers to comment on the learner’s work as it is developed (text-based or audio-based feedback). Other tools as Perusall.com allow for in-depth discussions, by collectively annotating text-based documents in threads