Clarity, consistency and communication: using enhanced dialogue to create a course-based feedback strategy.

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Nixon, S; Brooman, SD; Murphy, RC; Fearon, DJ;

This article examines the outcomes of a study across four discipline areas in order to develop course-based assessment strategies in closer co-operation with students. Second year students (n=48) from different disciplines were engaged in two phases of activity-orientat... View more
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    17. A generic group-level feedback session on what the group generally did right and wrong and on what the group did generally in relation to what was a 1st, a 2.i etc. should be given

    18. Students should be informed of who to go to for more detailed feedback or explanation

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