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Student Perceptions on Feedback and Assessment Is it really that bad? Gavin Lee Vice President (Learning and Development )
Overview Feedback Assessment Student Perceptions
Feedback Meaning The return of information about the result of a process or activity; an evaluative response a high pitched whine
Feedback - Meaning Written Oral On request
Feedback – Problems Student expectations Examinations Staff time
Assessment Purpose To show knowledge Formative information Award credits for degree classification
Assessment - Reality
Assessment – Opportunities Strategies Internationalisation strategy (still at draft stage) Learning and Teaching Strategy Learning and Technology Strategy (still at draft stage) Employability Strategy Graduate Attributes
Student Involvement Consultation Design Ongoing review
Is it really that bad? Yes
Way forward Managing expectations Exam scripts Personal development planning Technology
Student Perceptions on Feedback and Assessment Is it really that bad? Any questions?
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