Journal article

Peer feedback as a strategy to foster feedback literacy in first-year allied health students

Nicholas Tripodi, Brett Vaughan, Rebecca Wospil

MedEdPublish | Association for Medical Education in Europe | Published : 2021


Introduction: Developing a student’s capacity to provide and utilise feedback are transferable skills from classroom to employment. Feedback literacy encompasses a student’s ability to recognise, understand and take action on feedback. The link between feedback literacy and peer feedback remains under investigated. The aims of this project were twofold: firstly, to evaluate first-year allied health students’ behaviours and attitudes towards feedback; and secondly, to assess the capability of these students to provide peer feedback. Methods: Participants were first-year osteopathy students enrolled at Victoria University, Melbourne in 2019. Feedback learning activities were embedded througho..

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