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Teaching and Learning Conference 2019: Using reflection to increase student engagement with feedback

For feedback to have a positive impact on student learning it needs to be viewed as a two-way process a dialogue between student and lecturer. Due to various factors students often adopt a passive approach glancing at their grade and the lecturer’s comments rather than spending time and effort examining and applying their feedback. Reflective writing and peer discussions have been found to be effective in transforming thinking and actions. In this session we report on a formalised classroom activity involving structured reflection on tutor feedback which encourages student engagement and thus increases understanding and learning

Using reflection to increase student engagement with feedback.pdf
09/07/2019
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