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Engaging with feedback – lecturers and students working together to take a...

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Dundalk Institute of Technology

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Presenters: • Dr Naomi Winstone, University of Surrey and Dr Robert Nash, Aston University, Birmingham, UK.

In order for assessment to function as a process of learning, students need to be equipped to understand and implement feedback. Because the learning potential of assessment and feedback requires repeated opportunities to enact and evaluate the impact of feedback, an holistic programmatic approach is essential. The unique element of this workshop is that it brings together lecturers and students to explore these issues in partnership, drawing upon the facilitators’ framework for responsibility-sharing in the giving and receiving of assessment feedback (Nash & Winstone, 2017).


The workshop will be structured around an initial assessment mapping exercise, that will be used as the basis for a number of activities. A crucial element of these activities is the facilitation of perspective-taking between students and lecturers.


The facilitators will draw upon their systematic review of literature on student engagement with feedback (Winstone et al., 2017), and their work in partnership with students, to explore and implement practices that support students to reap benefits from feedback (e.g. Parker & Winstone, 2016). Key findings from the literature will be used to encourage debate through a series of experiential activities, to support both students and lecturers to better understand how to maximise the impact of feedback on learning, and how to work in partnership to do so.

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