Feedback is a vital part of the assessment process in its potential to impact student learning. Good feedback can be designed to motivate student learning, identifying strong points, provide tips on what to do next and indicating areas for improvement. Feedback is also a useful teaching tool, giving teachers indicators of student engagement with the course. Good practice includes using a variety of feedback methods in a timely and meaningful way.
|The use of patchwork text to enhance feedback and assessment in the Undergraduate curriculum||A discussion of the application of patchwork text as an assessment strategy, and an example of use in Archaeology.||Archaeology|
|Student Focus Groups||A reflection and recommendations about using a mixed method approach (Nominal Group Technique & open-ended questions) in a student focus group, for undergraduate curriculum review in a Health Sciences programme.||Health Sciences|
|Audio Feedback – better feedback?||A case study of how audio feedback was used in an exam in a final module in Life Sciences.||Life Sciences|
|Using two-staged online tests to improve feedback in large classes||An outline of the purpose and benefits of using a novel approach of two-staged tests to support feedback on student learning in Life Sciences||Life Sciences|
|Use of blended learning to deliver a 4 week elective||
A case study of how a range of blended learning approaches produced successful academic achievement in professional skills development.
Duration: 20 minutes
|A quick guide to clickers||An introduction to the educational application of classroom response systems or 'clickers.'|
|Good feedback practice||Summary of feedback principles identified in an influential paper by Nicol & MacFarlane-Dick (2006)|
|The Ning thing- using a social network to support the year abroad||
Supporting students when they are abroad has presented a range of challenges, and this presentation describes one innovative strategy to manage some of the communication issues and barriers, in Modern Languages.
|The Nominal Group Technique - a practical guide for facilitators||This guide aims to provide information on a research/evaluation method which can be used to gather student feedback. This guide comes from an ELESIG project: Using the nominal group technique with clickers to research student experiences of e-learning.|
|Using the nominal group technique with clickers to research student experiences of e-learning: a project report||
This guide aims to provide information on a research/evaluation method which can be used to gather student feedback. This guide comes from an ELESIG project: Using the nominal group technique with clickers to research student experiences of e-learning.