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Y1 Feedback:
Enhancing Feedback in
First Year Using Digital Technologies
Lisa O’Regan, Morag Munro,
Mark Brown, Nuala Hard...
Background
•  Feedback in First Year
•  Features of Effective Feedback for First Year
•  Technology-Enabled Feedback Appro...
Feedback should:
1.  Take place in formal and informal learning
settings within and beyond assessment;
2.  Feed forward to...
Key Reflections So Far
•  Truly dialogic feedback approaches can be
difficult to achieve in practice
•  Potential of techn...
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Y1 Feedback: Enhancing Feedback in First Year Using Digital Technologies

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Synergy paper at European Distance and e-Learning Network (EDEN) conference, Budapest, 15th June, 2016

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Y1 Feedback: Enhancing Feedback in First Year Using Digital Technologies

  1. 1. Y1 Feedback: Enhancing Feedback in First Year Using Digital Technologies Lisa O’Regan, Morag Munro, Mark Brown, Nuala Harding & Moira Maguire 14-17 June 2016, Budapest @y1feedback
  2. 2. Background •  Feedback in First Year •  Features of Effective Feedback for First Year •  Technology-Enabled Feedback Approaches National Picture The Irish Survey of Student Engagement (ISSE) 2014, found that nationally, 23.3% of first year undergraduate students never, and 44.9% only sometimes, received timely written or oral feedback from teachers on academic performance. Y1Feedback (2016). Feedback in First Year: A Landscape Snapshot Across Four Irish Higher Education Institutions. Available from http://y1feedback.ie/
  3. 3. Feedback should: 1.  Take place in formal and informal learning settings within and beyond assessment; 2.  Feed forward to future work; and 3.  Be a dialogic process that ultimately supports learners to become self- regulating. Synthesis of Literature Y1Feedback (2016). TechnologyEnabled Feedback in First Year: A Synthesis of the Literature. Available from: http://y1feedback.ie/
  4. 4. Key Reflections So Far •  Truly dialogic feedback approaches can be difficult to achieve in practice •  Potential of technology – can be difficult to realise (case studies) •  Need to progress beyond innovation champions towards programme team buy-in Unresolved question… How can we actualise/embed these features in first year practice at programme team level?

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