Engaging with feedback processes in workplace settings
: using student expertise to co-create resources to foster first-year students’ feedback literacy development.
This paper reports outcomes from a pedagogic action research project conducted collaboratively with students. It focuses on co-constructed resources targeted on the development of feedback literacy in work-based settings. It outlines the process for developing the resources, then presents the outcomes, together with participating students’ views of becoming involved in the co-construction process.
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