Feedback Unbound: from master to usher.
McArthur, Jan; Huxham, Mark
A major theme of this book is that feedback should encourage dialogue; between students and lecturers, amongst peers and individually, as a form of self-critique and reflection. Here we endorse that theme but also propose an understanding of dialogue that goes beyond simple exchang or the presence of two or more voices. Inspired by Freire’s (1996) critical pedagogy we seek to make a link between the social nature of learning, the social nature of dialogue and the role of feedback as dialogue in a broader transformative learning process, and not merely as an adjunct to assessment.
McArthur, J., & Huxham, M. (2013). Feedback Unbound: from master to usher. In S. Merry, M. Price, D. Carless, & M. Taras (Eds.), Reconceptualising Feedback In Higher Education. Routledge
|Deposit Date||Apr 1, 2015|
|Peer Reviewed||Peer Reviewed|
|Book Title||Reconceptualising Feedback In Higher Education|
|Keywords||Feedback; dialogue; learning experience; higher education; assessment;|
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