"It's yours to take": generating learner feedback literacy in the workplace
Christy Noble, Stephen Billett, Lyn Armit, Leigh Collier, Joanne Hilder, Christine Sly, Elizabeth Molloy
ADVANCES IN HEALTH SCIENCES EDUCATION | SPRINGER | Published : 2020
Feedback can improve students' learning and performance on clinical placements, yet students are often dissatisfied with the process. Attempts to improve feedback frequently focus on faculty development programs without addressing learners' capabilities to engage with feedback. For feedback to be effective, students need to understand its processes and to translate this into practice. Developing student feedback literacy may enhance feedback engagement and, therefore, learning outcomes. This qualitative interview study aimed to problematise student feedback literacy in the healthcare setting, from the learner's perspective. Before commencing placements, 105 healthcare students at an Australi..View full abstract
Awarded by Office of Learning and Teaching
The authors wish to thank the students who participated in the study and acknowledge the funding provided by the Office of Learning and Teaching (Grant No. ID15-4902) to support this research.