|Title: ||'......do that and I'll raise your grade'. Innovative module design and recursive feedback|
|Citation: ||Teaching in Higher Education, 12(4): 437-445|
|Journal: ||Teaching in Higher Education|
|Issue Date: ||2007 |
|Additional Links: ||http://www.routledge.com/|
|Abstract: ||In an attempt to ensure students had a positive experience in their first semester, and to encourage future effective use of tutors' feedback comments, a post-1992 university used a module in the school of education to develop an innovative feedback process. The process involved four stages: a first submission of written work, written feedback on that work, viva on student understanding of feedback, and final submission of written work. Between the viva and final submission, students could choose to improve their work for a specified number of grade points. The innovation was met favourably by students, and overall grades were improved against the previous iteration of the module. The project showed promise for adaptation in other forms for use across the University, though some ideological issues around assessment remain unresolved. The matter of the innovation and institutional quality standards is discussed in detail.|
|Keywords: ||Student experience|
School of Education
|Appears in Collections: ||Learning and Teaching in Higher Education|
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