[51] How do you get students to USE their feedback?

PECHA KUCHA

How do you get students to USE their feedback?

Author

Wendy Harris

Abstract

We all spend many hours carefully constructing informative feedback to help our students, but do they actually use it to improve? I discuss one way I have used to help students engage with their feedback and use it to make improvements in their future work. I consider the advantages and disadvantages of this method and how it may be applied to larger (and smaller) group sizes.

Session Outline

This brief talk will engage participants mainly with brief show of hands, or shout outs. Delivery is fairly limited by nature of pecha kucha, but will aim to provide a brief outline of one way I have tried to make sure students used their feedback, reporting on my success and reflecting on aspects for improvement

Key Messages

Method for engaging students in feedback, consideration of costs and benefits, as well as potential adaptations

Key Words

feedback, student engagement, marking


FOR STAFF USE ONLY : laptop, projector

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