Welcome to the course
Welcome to our course on Supporting students’ use of feedback which has been developed with Dr Naomi Winstone, the University of Surrey, UK.
We know that students’ use of feedback is important to educators because if applied affectively feedback has an impact on students’ learning. For feedback to be useful, students need to develop feedback literacy and have the opportunity to apply the feedback to further their learning.
This course explores the importance of supporting students’ use of feedback and the common challenges students face with feedback. You will also discover a range of solutions including practical activities that enhance students’ feedback literacy and actions that promote a model of responsibility-sharing in feedback that recognises what students and educators can do to ensure students get the most from the feedback received.
Get Involved And Share Your Learning
- Share your perspective. Throughout this course, you will see discussion prompts at the end of each lesson inviting you to share your thoughts and experience. We encourage you to respond to these discussion questions and read those of other educators to benefit from theirs. When you see a comment you agree with or find helpful, hit the ‘Like’ button to help other educators find it. You can also reply to any comments from other members that you find interesting.
- Ask a question. You can ask questions of experts and other educators in the discussion threads in courses. If your question is more general, use Ask, Answer and Share in the community to reach more people.
- Pick up your course badges. To earn your Course Completion Badges make sure you mark all lessons as ‘Mark Complete’ once you have completed a lesson. At the end of the course, click ‘Mark Complete’ and you will be asked a few multiple-choice questions to earn a Course Completion badge. Once you’ve had a chance to apply your learning, come back to complete an Impact Badges by applying what you have learned in the courses and answering a short survey.
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