The Academic Practice pages provide you with tools and materials to help you think about developing the way you engage, challenge and support your students by using feedback. In this context, feedback is understood broadly and refers to all or any combination of the following:
- feedback used strategically within formal teaching to support learning and progression;
- the development of formative experiences in and out of the classroom that engender student reflection on academic work, its lifewide and lifelong contexts and meaning.
In these Academic Practice pages, you will find key information and practical guidance about learner engagement.
- Key Ideas
- FAQs and Top Tips (in development – please contribute)
- Case Studies
- Policy and guidelines
- Developing your practice – a series of briefings that explain ideas and methods, and their rationale for using them
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