Journal article

Identifying the components of effective learner-centred feedback information

Tracii Ryan, Michael Henderson, Kris Ryan, Gregor Kennedy

Teaching in Higher Education | ROUTLEDGE JOURNALS, TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD | Published : 2021


Due to recent conceptual shifts towards learner-centred feedback, there is a potential gap between research and practice. Indeed, few models or studies have sought to identify or evaluate which semantic messages, or feedback components, teachers should include in learner-centred feedback comments. Instead, teacher practices are likely to be primarily shaped by ‘old paradigm’ conceptualisations of feedback. In response, the current study develops a taxonomy of learner-centred feedback components based on a rapid systematic review of the literature. The face, content and construct validity of the taxonomy are then established through an empirical study with teachers and students at two Austral..

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