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FEEDBACK: Using Effective Feedback

 

 Opportunities for feedback for learning

Working online can appear to remove some of the immediacies of the interaction between tutor and student but as we illustrate here there are lots of opportunities to engage students with feedback.

Self-generated and peer feedback

The traditional notion of feedback as being from tutor to student is changing as many programmes adopt self-generated and peer feedback mechanisms. In this unit will explore some of the issues.

Managing Peer Feedback

Getting students to engage with peer feedback can initially be challenging. Here are some suggestions.

Sets or Group Feedback

Clearly lots of personal feedback can be very time consuming so let's consider the effectiveness of group feedback.

Personalised feedback

Personalised feedback does not necessarily mean the tutor giving personal feedback, it rather refers to the individual student embrace a diverse range of feedback sources and to personalise it for themselves. Here's how.

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