Welcome to the module on feedback in the 'Assessment and feedback' strand. This module explores how you can use feedback to prompt learning by opening a dialogue with your students and offering guidance on how they can improve their work in the future. It provides useful methods and techniques that you can use to encourage your students to engage with the feedback you provide, how to facilitate peer review and feedback so it is effective for you and your students and how to prepare yourself for providing feedback.
Key questions to frame your learning:
Using the module
The poll questions are designed to help you think about your own situation and attitudes, and to compare your responses to those of others taking the programme. Consider talking to an academic advisor about your responses.
Throughout this course, you will see additional learning opportunities in 'pods'. Exploring the information provided in the pods will enrich the learning experience.
Every module will include a scenario screen that prompts you to apply the best practices, concepts and skills that you have learned in the module to your own context.
Every module will have a 'What's next?' screen that summarises what you have learned and helps you to reflect on how to apply and further expand on your learning after you complete the module.
At the very end of each module, you have the opportunity to test your learning further with a multiple-choice quiz. This consists of five questions and can be taken more than once (a new set of questions will appear).