Feedback is a key part of the learning process. Whether it is written feedback from a formative test, insights gained from a class discussion or the tangible results of a practical task, feedback allows students to update their knowledge, form a more accurate concept and produce better results next time.
These articles cover different ways of providing feedback, its benefits, best practice and some of the tools that support feedback practices.
Four ways to give valuable feedback to students that does not require a lot of extra work for you.
Peer feedback is a powerful tool for helping students reflect on and improve their work.
How to make and send video and audio feedback for students
Learn more about current feedback practices using our guide to effective feedback in HE.
This resource introduces you to six effective HE feedback practices, their benefits and how you can implement them in PebblePad.
Find out how Blackboard’s originality checker can be used to embed good referencing practice.
Academics from FET explain how they have used PebblePad to deliver authentic and innovative assessments to students at all levels.
Sharing content, giving feedback and using alumni accounts in PebblePad.