Helping learners activate productive inner feedback: Using resource and dialogic comparisons
conference contributionposted on 2022-04-07, 11:39 authored by David Nicol, Nick QuinnNick Quinn, Lovleen Kushwah, Helen Mullen
International research on feedback in higher education is dominated by the idea that feedback is a two-way communicative exchange, dialogue that requires action by the students as well as the teacher. In line with this framing, the prime focus of recent research is on how to increase students’ engagement and agency in that dialogue.
“Helping learners activate productive inner feedback: Using resource and dialogic comparisons” was a presentation given at the Chartered Association of Business Schools (CABS), Learning, Teaching & Student Experience Conference, 29-30 June 2021.