Susie J Schofield
University of Dundee Translating evidence-based guidelines to improve feedback practices: The interACT case study Is what we are telling the students clear in our minds but not in theirs? Are we checking with the students?
What's the quickest way for the bee to get to the flower? It can fly over the maze!
We need outline the learning objectives and approach we want students to take. Do not constrain them though as long as they are able to achieve the learning outcomes you have asked them to meet.
Talking to students about open and closed mindsets to feedback opens them up to feedback.
[Nicol and Macfarlane-Dick 2006]
Good Assessment (JISC 2007):
Engages students with the assessment criteriaSupports personalised learningEnsures feedback leads to improvementFocuses on student developmentStimulates dialogueConsiders student and staff effort Getting students to engage with feedback is more than just a technical issue. "Feedback is more important…