Framing Feedback Around Student Development

Infographic created by Sue Robbins, Senior Lecturer in English Language and Director of Continuing Professional Development in the School of Media, Arts and Humanities.

Sue Robbins

The infographic below is part of a scholarship project where colleagues produce evidence-informed-teaching infographics to bridge the researcher-practitioner divide. Here Sue Robbins has synthesised an article that focuses on the provision of actionable feedback to allow students to develop the knowledge and skills we value.

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  1. […] each of the submissions tutors hold feedback dialogues, the purpose of which is to give actionable feedback/feedforward that allows students to adjust what they have done, do some more thinking/research, and be fully […]

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