Feedback Methods

Feedback graphicThe University’s Feedback for Learning Toolkit Editorial Group is collating examples of feedback methods with the aim of sharing the range of effective practice with colleagues across the University as part of this online toolkit ( We welcome hearing about your feedback practice. You can complete this form multiple times to capture the different methods you use.

We need examples of ‘straightforward’ common methods as well as exceptional and innovative methods please.

Please encourage colleagues to contribute, especially if you know they have innovative methods you think should be shared. Together we can develop a great resource.

The form also provides a field for signalling your own interest in becoming more involved in developing good feedback practice in the University.


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