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Making the most of Feedback - PPT Presentation

Chris Doye Institute for Academic Development University of Edinburgh 2012 Your questions Write one question on the card that you want this workshop to answer and then put your card in the box ID: 639005

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Making the most of

Feedback

Chris

Doye

Institute for Academic Development

University of Edinburgh

2012Slide2

Your questionsWrite one question on the card that you want this workshop to answer and then put your card in the box.Slide3

Individual taskAnswer the questions on the hand-outNobody else will read what you have

written although you may share youranswers if you wishSlide4

What might it mean?Feedback

ExampleComments on marked essay

Feed-forward

Example

Response by tutor to question in tutorialSlide5

Group questionsWhat is feedback?What is it for

? Can you give some examples?When is it most helpful?Slide6

Working definitionHow happy are you with this definition?Feedback (or forward) is input that helps us to assess where we are right now and to see how to move forward.

Is there anything you would add, delete or change?We can come back and do this at any time.Slide7

Be active about feedbackThink about what kind of feedback you needThink about all the ways you might get it, e.g.Prepare for a lecture – what do YOU need from it?Prepare for a tutorial

What do you want to understand better?What ideas do you want to explore?If they don’t come up, can you ask someone?Use peer support, friends, study groupsUse self-feedback techniquesSlide8

Do you understand it?What can you do if you don’t understand the feedback you get?Slide9

Carrying feedback forwardKeep a brief record of your feedback, target actions as relevant, look at the record before a new assignment /course:What will and won’t be useful for the new assignment/course?Look for what you did well

Why was it good? What other contexts will/won’t this be helpful in?Where you had problems or weaknessesIs it a major or a minor concern?Are there suggestions for how to improve? (This may be given to the whole class if it’s a common problem)Do you understand what you can do?Slide10

Making the most of feedbackHow would you define or explain feedback?What is helpful to continue about the way you gain and use feedback?

In what new ways might it be useful to try to get feedback?In what new ways might it be helpful to try to use feedback?For more advice about feedback, go to the ‘Enhancing feedback’ pages of the university website:

http://

www.enhancingfeedback.ed.ac.uk/students.html