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Tipping out the Boot Grit: the use of on-going feedback devices to enhance feedback dialogue

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Publication date2011
Number of pages45
Place of PublicationYork
<mark>Original language</mark>English


This project is premised on a belief in the importance of understanding feedback as a dialogue between students and teachers. In addition it considers the importance of feedback as an ongoing and multi-faceted part of students’ engagement with a course, rather than a singular process that occurs at only one point. On this basis the project looks in-depth at two different moments in the learning cycle where feedback can be encouraged in a more dialogical way. Insights into these feedback approaches, at these moments, can then be used to inform the development of other forms of dialogue through the learning cycle.