Grid for developing tools of feedback from students - sparqs


Institutions and students’ associations use many different tools to gain feedback from students on the learning experience – surveys, focus groups, questionnaires and so on. But a wider question exists about how well students are engaged in the shaping of those tools and the use of the outputs – and the more they are engaged, the more credible the tool will be.

This tool, developed for a forthcoming sparqs resource on feedback, looks at things that can be done before, during and after the use of a feedback tool to engage students in not only commenting on their learning but shaping the ways in which they do so.


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