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  1. Feedback Geraint Owen (Geography, Geology) g.owen@swansea.ac.uk

  2. Why give feedback? • Justify marks • Highlight strengths & weaknesses(“Your introduction is too short”) • Specific points to improve performance next time(“Your introduction should be at least x lines long; your short introduction resulted in a loss of y marks”)

  3. Forms of feedback • Verbal to individuals • Verbal to group • Written comments on scripts • Written reports for individuals • Written comments for group • Model answers

  4. Forms of feedback • Verbal to individuals • Verbal to group • Written comments on scripts • Written reports for individuals • Written comments for group • Model answers

  5. Examples • GEL101 - level one geology; one-semester module; choice of examination essays

  6. Examples • GEL101 - level one geology; one-semester module; choice of examination essays • GEL102 - level one geology; one-semester module; practical exercises; practical exam

  7. Examples • GEL101 - level one geology; one-semester module; choice of examination essays • GEL102 - level one geology; one-semester module; practical exercises; practical exam • GEL247 - level two natural hazards; assessed seminars as part of coursework

  8. Examples • GEL101 - level one geology; one-semester module; choice of examination essays • GEL102 - level one geology; one-semester module; practical exercises; practical exam • GEL247 - level two natural hazards; assessed seminars as part of coursework • GEG252 - geography overseas field course; several assessment elements

  9. Key points • Call it feedback • Be positive as well as negative • Be constructive • Link to marking schemes/guidelines/criteria • Give some feedback for everything