Feedback is one of the most powerful influences on student achievement, yet it is difficult to implement productively within the constraints of a mass higher education system. Designing Effective Feedback Processes in Higher Education: A Learning-Focused Approach addresses the challenges of developing effective feedback processes in higher education, combining theory and practice to equip and empower educators. It places less emphasis on what teachers do in terms of providing commentary, and more emphasis on how students generate, make sense of, and use feedback for ongoing improvement.
Including discussions on promoting student engagement with feedback, technology-enabled feedback, and effective peer feedback, this book:
Designing Effective Feedback Processes in Higher Education: A Learning-Focused Approach contributes to the theory and practice of higher education pedagogy by re-evaluating how feedback processes are designed and managed. It is a must-read for educators, researchers, and academic developers in higher education who will benefit from a guide to feedback research and practice that addresses well recognised challenges in relation to assessment and feedback.
Foreword; Acknowledgements; Series Editor Introduction; Introduction; Chapter 1: The feedback challenge; Chapter 2: Developing student feedback literacy; Chapter 3: Facilitating student engagement with feedback processes; Chapter 4: Technology-enabled feedback processes; Chapter 5: Assessment design for student uptake of feedback; Chapter 6: Enabling dialogue in feedback processes; Chapter 7: Interweaving internal and external feedback; Chapter 8: Implementing peer feedback; Chapter 9: The relational dimension of feedback; Chapter 10: Moving feedback forwards; References
This exciting new series aims to publish cutting edge research and discourse that reflects the rapidly changing world of higher education, examined in a global context. Encompassing topics of wide international relevance, the series includes every aspect of the international higher education research agenda, from strategic policy formulation and impact to pragmatic advice on best practice in the field.
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