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20 September 2013

Reflection on Feedback

'morning folks,

As you know, I'm a passionate advocate of incorporating meaningful feedback into our learning. As a result, I'd like you to take a few moments and consider the ways in which you've processed the written feedback that I've given you on your writing so far this term. Please be open and honest when you fill out this form; your reflection on my assessment of your work will help improve the way in which this course is facilitated, my own practice as an instructor, as well as the way you consider your own role in your learning. 


References
Barnes, M. (2013). Role reversal: Achieving uncommonly excellent results in the student-centered classroom. Alexandria, VA: ASCD

Hattie, J., & Timperley, H. (2007). The power of feedback. Review of Educational Research, 77(1), 81-112

Quinton, S., & Smallbone, T. (2010). Feeding forward: Using feedback to promote student reflection and learning - a teaching model. Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 47(1), 125-135.