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Feedback is a key element of ongoing learning and assessment. Providing frequent and ongoing feedback is an effective means of improving achievement.
Feedback involves the provision of information about aspects of understanding and performance. It can be given by the assessor to the learner, or by the learner to the assessor, or by learner to learner. Ideally, feedback should be a dialogue rather than a one-way communication.
Effective assessment feedback is designed to clarify a learner's current level of understanding and skill development in order to help plan the next steps towards achieving the desired performance and knowledge outcomes. It helps learners reflect on their learning and their learning strategies so they can make adjustments and make better progress in their learning.
Good assessment feedback has a positive impact on the person receiving it. By focusing attention on the assessment task rather than on the learner, it motivates the learner to continue to work. By clarifying expected standards, feedback encourages learners to do the best they can with the assessment activity.
In this session John Dwyer explored the importance of giving effective assessment feedback and unpacked what that actually looks like.
What was covered in the webinar
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Anyone looking to understand better the provision of effective feedback:
Webinar Duration: 1 hour
Bio of Presenter
John Dwyer is a national VQF/AQTF trainer/assessor and consultant with experience in education and training spanning more than 60 years. He brings extensive Registered Training Organisation (RTO) experience and has a comprehensive history in developing and delivering a range of workshops and webinars on assessment, compliance, Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), moderation and validation processes relating to VQF/AQTF compliance.
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