17 May 2023
Feedback can be powerful for learning – but for it to have an impact learners need to be actively engaged. Our research investigates effective feedback practices across education and workplace settings.
We look at promoting learner-centred views of feedback, such as the OLT-funded Feedback for Learning project and we explore relational views of feedback, including the educational alliance, intellectual candour and dialogic feedback. Our edited volume The Impact of Feedback in Higher Education investigates feedback that has an effect.
Read our one-page guide to feedback that makes a difference.
If you'd like to know more about this research theme please contact Professor Phillip Dawson.