Category: Learning Socially

Why is their work better than mine? Using a showcase event to harness the power of conversation, comparative judgement, and self-generated feedback

Why is their work better than mine? Using a showcase event to harness the power of conversation, comparative judgement, and self-generated feedback

Creating meaningful summative feedback can be time consuming, with little guarantee of student engagement. However, allowing students to display their finished work to their peers, in an event aimed to encourage dialogue and comparative judgement, can become the catalyst for the creation of, and engagement with, high-quality self-generated feedback. Case study by Alison Zimmer (AMBS)

Capturing and reflecting on individual learning journeys through a photographic competition

Capturing and reflecting on individual learning journeys through a photographic competition

SEED academics Loretta Anthony-Okeke, Heather Cockayne, Susan Dawson and Zhuo Min Huang describe a student experience event in which MA students in MIE were asked to reflect on their learning journey throughout the year and choose a photo they had taken to represent those reflections accompanied by a written commentary.

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