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Title The impact of feedback in higher education : improving assessment outcomes for learners / Michael Henderson, Rola Ajjawi, David Boud, Elizabeth Molloy, editors.
Imprint Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2019]

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Subject Education, Higher -- Evaluation.
Feedback (Psychology)
Alt Name Henderson, Michael J.,
Ajjawi, Rola,
Boud, David,
Molloy, Elizabeth,
Description 1 online resource (xix, 303 pages)
polychrome rdacc
Contents Intro; Contents; Notes on Contributors; List of Figures; List of Tables; Part I Feedback That Makes a Difference; 1 Why Focus on Feedback Impact?; Introduction; The Development of This Book; Structure of This Book; Part I-Feedback That Makes a Difference; Part II-Expanding Notions of Feedback Impact; Part III-Pedagogies of Feedback Impact; Part IV-Visibility of Impact; Part V-Implications for Research and Practice; 2 Identifying Feedback That Has Impact; Introduction; Feedback Is Important But There Is a Gap; The Structure of This Chapter; Feedback Must Have Impact
What Do We Mean by Feedback?We Are Focused on Assessment Feedback; Impact Is a Necessary Characteristic of Feedback; Feedback Is a Learner-Centred Process; Sense-Making and Feedback Literacy Are Important for Feedback to Make a Difference; Identifying Impact Is Not Easy; The Problem of Cause and Effect in Educational Research, Practice and Policy; The Problem of Sequence-And Its Implication for Locating Effect; Subsequent Performance May Not Represent an Effect of Feedback; The Different Forms of Feedback Impact; Different Forms of Impact for Different Parties and Purposes; Conclusion
ImplicationsImplications for Practice; Implications for Longitudinal Research; Conclusion; References; 5 Re-conceptualizing Feedback Through a Sociocultural Lens; Introduction; Reconsidering "Feedback Impact" from a Sociocultural Perspective; Zooming Out into the Landscape of Sociocultural Theories; Feedback as Social Practices: A Three-Layer Model; Feedback Encounter Layer; Course Design Layer; Knowledge Domain Layer; What are the Implications of the Sociocultural Perspective for Productive Feedback Practices?; How to Plan for Productive Feedback Practices in Your Course Unit; Conclusion
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
References6 Attending to Emotion in Feedback; Introduction; What is Emotion and How Does it Influence Feedback Practices?; Emotion as Static in Feedback; Softening the Blow of Feedback; Attending to Feedback Emotions Through Trust and Alliance; Emotion Is Part of Sense-Making; An Alternative Way of Seeing the Intersection Between Emotion and Feedback: Control-Value Theory; An Illustrative Case Study: "A Feedback Literacy Program for Students in the Health Workplace: Learning to Recognise and Manage Emotion"; Setting the Scene; Environmental Antecedents of Clinical Placements
Note Perceived Value of Placement Feedback
Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on October 02, 2019).
ISBN 9783030251123 electronic book
3030251128 electronic book
9783030251116 print
OCLC # 1120697927
Additional Format Print version: Henderson, Michael The Impact of Feedback in Higher Education : Improving Assessment Outcomes for Learners Cham : Palgrave Macmillan US,c2019 9783030251116.

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