This week we examine how to draw all of these together to maximise student response rates to the Subject Experience Survey in subjects we teach.
Pedagogical practices for developing student evaluative skills
Feedback was the theme of this year’s Assessment in Higher Education Conference held at the end of June 2018 in Manchester UK.
There is a growing body of work examining the features of ‘Dialogic Feedback’ (Ajjawi & Boud, 2018).
In Taking the Class Temperature, Moore & Arnold suggest that we also need to look at affective feedback to best promote positive learning outcomes for all students.
360-Degree Assessment combines peer assessment, self-assessment and instructor assessment to provide feedback for growth and development of student learning.
In Classroom Assessment Techniques, Professor Tom Pusateri discusses how we can use feedback to improve our teaching.
Twelve conditions that help achieve feedback success
“Effective feedback is a critical component of the learning process for online students. It serves an important role in keeping them motivated and engaged. Learn a set of strategies for reducing feedback’s burden while maintaining the high quality that contributes so much to students’ growth and learning.”
Need some example rubrics to guide you in developing your own subject marking rubrics?. See this list of examples from across CSU that could help you in your particular discipline. Where possible, an overview of the subject and its learning outcomes has been included, as well as the task description and criteria and standards, so you can […]