What is the purpose of feedback on reassessment essays? A language tutor’s perspective on students’ approaches to resubmission of failed assignments

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Carver, Mark;
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Students improving a failed assignment need feedback on necessary improvements, but whether or not those improvements then lead to learning is a highly varied experience. This paper discusses feedback from writing centre tutors to three students who were referred for la... View more
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