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Making Written Feedback More Effective

This session addresses how we can write feedback which impacts positively upon both student learning and student performance in essay-based assessment. We will consider the conditions under which feedback becomes effective, explore strategies to encourage students to read, understand and act upon feedback.

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Workshop Facilitated by

Dr Jennie Mills, Learning and Development Centre
 


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Alignment with UKPSF

Activites:

A3: Assess and give feedback to learners

Professional Values:

V3: Use evidence-informed approaches and the outcomes from research scholarship and continuing professional development

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