Feedback and Feed-forward: Where are we now?. Simon Walker and Rita Headington. Aim To examine how feedback and feed-forward can enhance the student learning experience Outcomes : Recognize the value of providing effective feedback and feed-forward
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and Rita Headington
“Cowan...describes assessment as the engine that drives learning...feedback is the oil that lubricates the cogs of understanding”
Brown S (2007) ‘Feedback and Feed-Forward’ in Centre for Bioscience Bulletin No 22, Autumn 2007.
1: To endorse, and build practice upon, principles of assessment which recognise its dual purpose - for certification and aiding lifelong learning.
2: To review and modify all programmes to ensure an appropriate balance and interaction between formative and summative assessment.
3: To review the submission systems for conventional coursework, make effective use of developments in ICT to aid feedback, and to provide users with information on marking processes, procedures and their duration.
How can we use the available technology?
‘What happens to my assignment after submission?’
4: To disseminate effective practice through written guidance to all staff. To support and embed effective practice through a programme of educational development activities and opportunities for discussion within and between schools.
Sharing effective practice