Strategies for writing effective student feedback

Do students read  feedback?  If they don’t,  Phil Race author of Smartfeedback-1186347_640
Feedback,  suggests “make it worth their while”!   The following links provide excellent resources for crafting effective student feedback and creating activities which focus on the feedback within the  class or tutorial:

In the words of Arts’ Associate Dean Learning and Teaching A/Prof. Peter Keegan, “you need to tell  students that this is their feedback, otherwise they don’t know you are giving them feedback”!



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