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1.4 Engaging with student feedback on feedback: A staff-student co-design approach to the development of a VLE feedback portfolio

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Change Agents' Network conference presentation April 2018 - University of Surrey: Dr. Naomi Winstone, Emily Papps, Roger Rees, Dr Medland, Irina Neculescu, Jasmine Law, Simran Nagpal, A Garncarek

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1.4 Engaging with student feedback on feedback: A staff-student co-design approach to the development of a VLE feedback portfolio

  1. 1. 30/04/2018 1 University of Surrey Engaging with students’ feedback on feedback: a staff-student co-design approach to the development of a VLE feedback portfolio Framing the problem Students’ feedback on feedback Winstone, Bourne, Medland, Rees & Niculescu, in prep
  2. 2. 30/04/2018 2 The ‘Feedback Footprints’ Project ‘research with rather than on people’ Heron and Reason, 2001 • Roles of subject and researcher changed by collaborating • A co-operative inquiry cycle - phases of reflection and action • The students as experts have: 1) Reflected on current and past experiences 2) Created individual designs 3) Pooled ideas for group designs 4) Reflected together on their designs Co-design
  3. 3. 30/04/2018 3 FEATS co-design activity: Create a representationof your usual experience of receiving feedback Individuallycreate a representation,using equipment provided - play doh and flip chart paper etc, of your usual experience of receiving feedback. If in doubt use an example that you know well. Include the 3 stagesbelow – 5 minutes for each stage,plus 3 minutes preparation – give handout 1 for this. • Finishing and handing in work • Receiving feedback • Using feedback Today’s activity: Review the representationsproduced by studentsand 1. Discuss similaritiesand differencesbetween them; 2. Based on this - what do you think they would design? Student Experience • “Well I see that Surrey is a good University because I really like the idea of involving students in something that has to do about them. It’s really good because you ask for their opinionand stuff like that.” • “I just feel like in order to just give a student voice as opposed to just going on what, say that the lecturers have got an impression of, or more professional bodies so to speak, so just to give that student voice, just to give that student opinionas well.” • “I feel like we all got our chance to speak our voice and say our piece, especially since everyone was individuallyrecorded at the end, so everyone’s thoughts and worries were all noted down and recorded which was nice, which made it feel like everyone’s opinionmattered which is pretty important.” Representing the Student Voice Student Experience
  4. 4. 30/04/2018 4 The FEATS portfolio https://tinyurl.com/FEATSportfolio Incorporating students’ designs
  5. 5. 30/04/2018 5 Incorporating students’ designs Outcomes
  6. 6. 30/04/2018 6 A range of projects which are taking forward this approach: • VLE review and redesign • Student App • Wellbeing online resource Approach now embedded in the Education Strategy Ongoing use of co-design

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