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Sadoux, Marion (2010)
Publisher: Centre for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching (CELT), London Metropolitan University
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: dewey370
Feedback has become a buzzword in Higher Education in the United Kingdom. As successive National Students’ Surveys show current feedback practices as a source of discontent rather than reassurance and guidance, the question of what good feedback should or could be has come under tight scrutiny by academics and students alike.
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    • Brick, B (2008) Screen Capture Software how useful is it for Student Feedback:? Accessed on May 31st at http://www.asszisztencia.hu/eurocall/index.php?c=128#a5069 Gibbs G, Simpson C and McDonald R (2003) “Improving Student Learning through changing Assessment- a conceptual and practical Framework” EARLI Conference, Padova 2003 accessed on May 14th 2010 at http://www.open.ac.uk/fast/pdfs/Earli-2003.pdf
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