Here are some relevant resources that will help support you in implementing an effective feedback practice into your teaching.
This section examines how to mark consistently through the appropriate application of criteria, moderation practices and related technologies.
Learn more about effective assessment feedback practices at the Feedback for learning: Closing the assessment loop website - designed to deliver an empirically based study of feedback designs and conditions to guide educators, academic developers and instructional designers, as well as institutional policy. This site is supported by large scale data highlighting patterns of success, and case studies of feedback designs to demonstrate how success can be achieved.
This is a quick guide that provides you with a definition of feedback and some key principles for effective feedback.
This article by Phillip Dawson highlights the top eight ways to make feedback ineffective or even destructive, while providing some strategies to avoid them.
This book provides insights and practical strategies into how you could design and integrate feedback into your teaching practice. The authors challenge you to ask two fundamental questions: when does feedback make a difference, and how can you recognise that impact? This volume draws together leading international researchers across diverse disciplines, offering promising directions for both research and practice.
Peer feedback word diagram
Here is an external resource providing a quick one page guide on how to give peer feedback.
🦋 Put together this peer critique word diagram based on Ron Berger’s ‘kind’, ‘specific’ & ‘helpful’ approach. Practical steps to develop a culture of excellence. pic.twitter.com/XhamWuc6Rj— Jamie Clark (@XpatEducator) June 7, 2021
Relevant policies & procedures
Monash has specific policies and procedures related to providing students feedback in their assessments. Take the time to review these to inform your teaching practice.
The new Assessment and Academic Integrity Policy comes into full effect on 1 January 2021. To support you during this period of change, we've outlined key information and changes that are associated with the seven procedures and what they may mean for your work. This website highlights the key information and includes a downloadable workbook explaining the key responsibilities.
This procedure applies to all coursework units and provides guidelines on timing of feedback, feedback modes, quality of feedback, how to manage requests for additional feedback, feedback on end-of semester assessment, and using feedback to inform your teaching practice.
This general assessment policy provides an overview of the vision for assessments, defines the main assessment types and links out to all assessment relevant procedures such as the one on feedback procedures.
This MEA module takes a look at the way(s) in which students are provided with feedback and explores best practice
This MEA module explores the principles of providing effective and consistent assessment feedback.
Educator-in-charge Paul Lasky and Education Manager Theo Hughes provide an overview of the feedback in this subject.
Educator-in-charge Adam Brown provides an overview of the feedback in this subject.