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Formative feedback on examples

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SALT Conference, Swansea, UK, June 2016

Swansea University Author: Meghdad Fazeli Orcid Logo

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There is no doubt that providing students with feedback must be included in any successful ‎pedagogical programme. However, there are so many discussions about how, when, and on ‎what; teachers must provide students with feedback. ‎This paper proposes to give formative feedback on (unmarked) example...

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Published in: SALT Conference, Swansea, UK, June 2016
Published: 2016
URI: https://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa30228
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description There is no doubt that providing students with feedback must be included in any successful ‎pedagogical programme. However, there are so many discussions about how, when, and on ‎what; teachers must provide students with feedback. ‎This paper proposes to give formative feedback on (unmarked) examples and discusses some ‎pedagogical advantages of the approach. The paper is also intended to investigate the effects ‎of this method on students’ learning in a case study applied on Year-2 Electrical and ‎Electronics students at Swansea University, UK. ‎
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