or should it be feedback and assessment - we evaluate and then we tell them what they did wrong - words represent our practice!! as a student/learner for me there was always only assessment - that’s that I heard that’s all that I cared about and that was also what I feared the most things started to change though when I started to see the benefit of feedback as a form of feeding forward this started when I was doing my MPhil in lisbon
it always felt a bit like this -feedback !!!
change in me so I can start applying in others
at the time it was still not open environment but it was open context develop your own learning goals and objectives - design your own path where do you start? you need to talk to people to decide on a direction, to learn if what you are exploring makes sense, and how that meaning can be deepen - need to communicate
Open - I didn’t think much about it
then what doesn’t kill me makes me stronger, so I carried on - at least some reads it; someone cares!
all of a sudden you have a voice
Feedback Leaving feedback about a seller When you buy from a third-party seller at Amazon.co.uk Marketplace, you are encouraged to give other customers insight into your experiences. Posting feedback about your seller works just like a personal referral. Here's how to leave feedback: Go to http://www.amazon.co.uk/feedback. You'll be asked to log in. After logging in, you'll see a list of your recent orders. Find the order you want to leave feedback for and click the "View Order" button on the right. On the next page, you'll see a "leave feedback" link. The rating is one to five stars, with five stars being the best. The average rating appears alongside the nickname of every seller at Amazon.co.uk, in every reference. You have 90 days after the close of your transaction to leave your rating and comments. If you don't leave feedback, we'll eventually send you an e-mail reminder. This e-mail contains a link to the right place on the website to leave feedback. You cannot leave feedback on a seller if your credit card was declined when you attempted to purchase from them. Removing feedback you left for a seller It is possible to remove feedback up to 60 days after you left it. You may choose to do this if a seller makes an effort to resolve a difficult situation after you have already left negative feedback: Go to http://www.amazon.co.uk/feedback. You'll be asked to log in. After logging in, you'll see a list of your recent orders. Find the order you want to remove feedback for and click the "View Order" button on the right. On the next page, you'll see a "remove feedback" link.
you not only learn from your own feedback, you learn from the feedback other people receive
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Feeding Forward: the role of the participatory web in formative assessment
Feeding Forward the role of the participatory web in formative assessmenthttp://www.flickr.com/photos/99771506@N00/5791228117