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Students’ associations have completed a range of work aimed at improving assessment and feedback. We have collated examples of this work which relate to the following five categories.


Student Partnership Agreements


Helping universities and students’ associations to define the relationship between the university and students.


Events


Students’ associations working with universities to host conferences about improving assessment and feedback.


Communication


A range of methods to communicate what feedback looks like and information about assessment and feedback policy.


Toolkits


Information and guidance on how to improve their assessment and feedback practices using toolkits.


Promoting Feedback as a Learning Dialogue


Initiatives, designed to open and promote a two-way dialogue between students and markers in universities.

Principles of Student-friendly feedback

During a workshop at a sparqs (student partnership in quality Scotland) conference, delegates agreed the main principles of student-friendly feedback.


Five principles of Student Friendly Feedback

Publication Date: 12 Jun 2015


Student-friendly Feedback: how feedback is created and used by students

Publication Date: 19 Jun 2015